Syrmaticus Pheasants Syrmaticus is genus of long-tailed pheasants from south and southeast Asia.

Mrs Hume's Pheasant male
Hume's Pheasant
Mrs HUME'S Pheasant, also called just Hume's Pheasant, Syrmaticus humiae, is a rare pheasant of forest areas of India, Myanmar, Thailand and China. Deforestation and hunting threaten its survival.
Hume's Pheasant The male, above, has a long, barred tail, two white wing bars and red facial wattle.
Mrs Hume's Pheasant female The female, above, as usual with pheasants, is cryptically camouflaged.
Mikado Pheasants
The MIKADO Pheasant, Syrmaticus mikado, is native to high altitude shrubs and conifer woods of Taiwan. The male is shiny dark blue with two white wing bars, red facial skin/wattle and, in the breeding season, an extremely long tail. The female is well-camouflaged brown.