Talk:Common pheasant

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Actual usage in USA[edit]

AFAIK, in the USA, the term "Ring-necked pheasant" refers to Phasianus colchicus, and Phasianus colchicus is generally known as the Ring-necked pheasant.
E.g.:

Smallest genome[edit]

The Common Pheasant article said that as of 2005, that bird has the smallest known genome of all living amniotes, only 0.97 pg (970 million base pairs) and gives the source: "Animal Genome Size Database".  but that source says the black-chinned hummingbird has the smallest genome of all birds. Aren't all birds amniotes? I've updated the articles to reflect that the black-chinned hummingbird now seems to have the smallest genome of birds and therefore also amniotes. Tom B (talk) 12:40, 25 April 2011 (UTC)

(Original) Range Map[edit]

The sentence "It is native to the country of Georgia" must be corrected or improved. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 217.129.241.130 (talk) 23:01, 11 November 2012 (UTC)