Lady Amherst

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Lady Amherst (plural Lady Amhersts)

  1. (Britain) Ellipsis of Lady Amherst's pheasant.
    • 1999 January 27, Dan Cowell, “Re: Free-ranging pheasants”, in sci.agriculture.poultry, Usenet[1]:
      I would have guessed that the Lady Amherst (Chrysolophus amherstiae) would have been similar in its inclinations to the Golden (C. pictus), with which it will interbreed.