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|Stuffed specimen of Scolopax mira at the National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo, Japan.|
This species is a restricted-range endemic found only in forests on two small islands of the Amami Islands chain in South Japan. Insofar as its habits are known, they are similar to Eurasian woodcock.
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