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Endemic to south-eastern China, the white-necklaced partridge (Arborophila gingica) is named for the black gorget and white band above the chestnut upper chest and lives in forests, bamboo and scrub at elevations of 150–1,900 m (490–6,230 ft). It is also known as the collared or Rickett's hill-partridge. The species is threatened by habitat loss caused by forest clearing, construction of roads and mining.
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