The Double-Banded Argus is a mystery bird, reported from Southeast Asia (Java in Indonesia or Tioman Island, Johor State, Malaysia.). Has two reddish-brown bands with white dots on its primary feather, instead of one band. Pheasant of uncertain origin, known from a single feather in the British Museum of Natural History.
Argusianus bipunctatus, proposed by T. W. Wood in 1871. Placed in the same genus as the Great argus of Indonesia.
- Surviving fossil pheasant of some type.
- An aberrant form of the Great argus (Argusianus argus) which lives in peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra and Borneo in Indonesia.