Species of Thailand
Thai: นกกระทาดงปักษ์ใต้, nok gra-tha dong phak-tai
Binomial name: Arborophila charltonii, Thomas Campbell Eyton, 1845
The chestnut-necklaced partridge (Arborophila charltonii) is a species of bird in the Phasianidae family. It is found in forests in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo. It is closely related to the Vietnam partridge and scaly-breasted partridge, and their taxonomy is not entirely settled.
The chestnut-necklaced partridge is threatened by habitat loss.
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- Arborophila charltonii
- Chestnut-breasted tree-partridge
- Chestnut-necklaced partridge
- Scaly-breasted partridge
- Thai: นกกระทาดงปักษ์ใต้, nok gra-tha dong phak-tai
- Arborophila merlini, Delacour & Jabouille (1924)
- Arborophila chloropus, Edward Blyth (1859)
- Arborophila charltoni, Thomas Campbell Eyton (1845)
- Arborophila charltonii, Thomas Campbell Eyton (1845)
- Perdix Charltonii, Thomas Campbell Eyton (1845)
- Tropicoperdix charltonii, Thomas Campbell Eyton (1845)
- Tropicoperdrix charltonii
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Range map of Arborophila charltonii in Thailand
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