Severtsov's Grouse (Bonasa sewerzowi) - HBW 2, p. 407
French: Gélinotte de Severtzov
German: Schwarzbrust Haselhuhn
Spanish: Grévol Chino
Other common names: Severtsov's/Black-breasted Hazel Grouse
Taxonomy: Tetrastes Sewerzowi Przevalski, 1876, mountains of Gansu, central China.
Closely related to B. bonasia, with which forms superspecies. In past, birds of S and W often awarded separate race, secunda. Monotypic.
Distribution: Mountains of C China, from C Gansu and S Qinghai to E Tibet, NW Yunnan and N Sichuan.
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A bird resting on the ground Locality Nangqian Forest Reserve, Qinghai, China (Northern) (Monotypic species)
Keith Blomerley 10 August 2005 7 years ago 20 sec 3.9
A brief view of a female running on the ground Locality Nangqian Forest Reserve, Qinghai, China (Northern) (Monotypic species)
John Gregory 1 August 2002 6 years ago 5 sec 3.1
perched just off the ground, well hidden, hops down Locality Baxi, Zoige (Ruoergai) County, Sichuan, China (Northern) (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 28 May 2013 20 weeks ago 27 sec 2.8
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