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The Great Argus pheasant (Argusianus argus) was named by Carolus Linnaeus for the many eyes-like pattern on its wings. In Greek mythology, Argus is a hundred-eyed giant. It is also known as Phoenix in some Asian areas. Great argus males are unusual and distinctive with their long wing and tail feathers, decoratively adorned with a complex pattern of eye-spots (ocelli).
Great Argus pheasant