37. Pucrasia castanea.
THE CHESTNUT-MANTLED KOKLASS PHEASANT.
Differs from P. macrolopha in having nape and upper part of mantle deep chestnut.— Female: Not yet described. N. Afghanistan and Kafiristan. Possibly may be found in Kashmir. (S.F. v. 188. O. 312. O.G. i. 285.)
P. meyeri. Meyer'S K. P. from W. China and C. Tibet, with well-marked yellow nuchal collar. Outer tail rufous.
B. Basal part of outer tail grey.
P. xanthosphila. The Yellow-necked K.P. from N.W. China and E. Tibet, the feathers black with grey margins and grey shaft stripes. Outer tail grey, banded black.
P. darwini. Darwin's K. P. from E. China, with no yellow collar. (O.G. i. 285-237.)
NOTE.— In Tragopan the tail is not longer than wing in males and shorter in females.