(Created and tied by Paul Schmookler)
Tag: Flat silver tinsel.
Tail: Golden pheasant crest and Indian crow.
Butt: Black ostrich herl.
Body: Rear half: Oval silver tinsel veiled
above and below with Indian crow
and butted with black ostrich herl.
Next quarter: Oval silver tinsel veiled
below with jungle cock (as shown) and
butted with black ostrich herl.
Remainder of oval silver tinsel ribbed
with banded gymnogene * (or guinea fowl).
Throat: Banded gymnogene * (or guinea fowl).
Wing: Green macaw feather, partially
veiled with Western tragopan * body
feather (or black hen saddle feather with
painted white eye spot).
Sides: Two Indian crow, partially overlapping.
Cheeks: Two Malay peacock pheasant * (or gray
peacock pheasant) body feathers,
Topping: Golden pheasant crest.
Horns: Blue and gold macaw.
* Endangered species, recommend using alternative.
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