41. Tragopan blythi.
THE GREY-BELLIED HORNED PHEASANT.
Hur-huria, Assam; Gnu, Naga Hills; Chingto (Kuki).
Male 21" to 23". FEMale 18" to 20". Legs light brown. Bill dusky. Orbital skin orange.— Male: Horns azure. Gular wattle brimstone. Forehead black. Nape and breast maroon. Abdomen light sepia, with brown markings. Above maroon with buff and black bars, spotted white on red.— Female: As T. satyra, but blacker and less ferruginous above and creamy below. Three or four eggs (2.42 x 1.71), pale buff, minutely speckled brown. N.E. Assam to N. E. Manipur. (B. 1346. O. 53. O.G. i. 228. H. & M. i. 151.)
Also T. caboti, the Buffy H. P. from S. and E. China. 6 23". Above olive-brown, with black shafts and buff spots.
NOTE.— The following genera of the subfamily Phasianinae, viz. Lophura, Lophophorus, Ithagenes, Galloperdix, Bambusicola, and Ophrysia, all have the tail shorter than the wing in both sexes.