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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Timaliidae.

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  • The Eastern Himalaya EBA, which also overlaps with part of the Indo-Burma Hotspot, has nearly 20 endemic species, including four that are fully endemic to the Himalayas: the chestnut-breasted partridge (Arborophila mandellii, VU) and rusty-throated wren babbler (Spelaeornis badeigularis, VU), plus the white-throated tit (Aegithalos niveogularis) and orange bullfinch (Pyrrhula aurantiaca).

    Biological diversity in the Himalayas

  • Family Common Name Species Phasianidae Chestnut-breasted partridge Arborophila mandellii Phasianidae Cheer pheasant Catreus wallichi Timaliidae Ludlow's fulvetta Alcippe ludlowi Turdidae Rusty-bellied shortwing Brachypteryx hyperythra Timaliidae Elliot's laughingthrush Garrulax elliotii Timaliidae Immaculate wren-babbler Pnoepyga immaculata Timaliidae Snowy-throated babbler Stachyris oglei Timaliidae Hoary-throated barwing Actinodura nipalensis Timaliidae Spiny babbler Turdoides nipalensis Timaliidae Mishmi wren-babbler Spelaeornis badeigularis Phasianidae Western tragopan Tragopan melanocephalus An asterisk signifies that the species 'range is limited to this ecoregion.

    Himalayan subtropical pine forests

  • Family Common Name Species Phasianidae Manipur bush-quail Perdicula manipurensis Timaliidae Striped laughingthrush Garrulax virgatus Timaliidae Brown-capped laughingthrush Garrulax austeni Timaliidae Marsh babbler Pellorneum palustre Timaliidae Tawny-breasted wren-babbler Spelaeornis longicaudatus Timaliidae Wedge-billed wren-babbler Sphenocichla humei

    Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rain forests

  • Family Common Name Species Phasianidae Manipur bush-quail Perdicula manipurensis Timaliidae Marsh babbler Pellorneum palustre Timaliidae Brown-capped laughingthrush Garrulax austeni Timaliidae Tawny-breasted wren-babbler Spelaeornis longicaudatus Timaliidae Wedge-billed wren-babbler Sphenocichla humei

    Meghalaya subtropical forests

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