Tsing-ling pika

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Tsing-ling pika
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Lagomorpha
Family: Ochotonidae
Genus: Ochotona
O. huangensis
Binomial name
Ochotona huangensis
Matschie, 1908
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Tsing-ling pika range

The Tsing-ling pika (Ochotona huangensis) is a species of pika endemic to the mountains in Central China. They inhabit mountainous forests and shrublands. It is a poorly known species.

It is a rarely found, one of the six pika species endemic to central China, with no true population studies.[2][a]



  1. ^ The other five species are the Forrest's pika Thomas's pika (Ochotona thomasi),Forrest's pika (Ochotona forresti), the Gaoligong pika (Ochotona gaoligongensis), the Muli pika (Ochotona muliensis), and the Black pika (Ochotona nigritia).[2]
  1. ^ Smith, A.T. & Johnston, C.H. (2008). "Ochotona huangensis". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.2. International Union for Conservation of Nature. Retrieved 21 September 2014.
  2. ^ a b Alves, Ferrand & Hacklände 2008, p. 308.


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