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Sumba Buttonquail

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Alternate name
Turnix everetti Scientific name
Turniciformes Order
Turnicidae Family
13-14 cm Length
Tropical dry grassland, savanna, shrubland & arable land, up to 220 m. Endemic to Indonesia:- Lesser Sunda, Nusa Tenggara Timur Province, Sumba. Habitat-Altitude-Range
Clutch
Seeds. Food  
  Habits
514 - TSN: 176154 World Number
Vulnerable Status

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  Czech: Perepel Everettuv, perepel Everettův
Danish: Sumbaløbehøne
German: Sumbalaufhühnchen, Sumbalauhühnchen
English: Everett's Buttonquail, Sumba Button Quail, Sumba Buttonquail, Sumba Button-Quail
Spanish: Torillo de Sumba, Tortillo de Sumba
Estonian: sumba ledik
Finnish: Sumbanpyyjuoksija
French: Turnix de Sumba, Turnix d'Everett
Indonesian: Gemak Sumba
Italian: Quaglia tridattila di Sumba
Japanese: sunbamifuuzura
Japanese: スンバミフウズラ
Latin: Turnix everetti
Dutch: Soembavechtkwartel, Soemba-vechtkwartel
Norwegian: Sumbaspringvaktel
Polish: przepiórnik wyspowy
Russian: Сумбийская трёхперстка
Slovak: prepelovec sumbský
Swedish: Sumbaspringhöna
Chinese: 松巴三趾鹑
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