No, there is some recent research that suggests that Green Peafowl is six species. There may be more or less. If you look on the english Wikipedia and search for "User:Frankyboy5/Green Peafowl Species", you can get more detail about this. That is not an actual article but research done by me.
If you want, you can contact Wolfgang Mennig (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will at least confirm that there are more subspecies than thought, and he may tell you that his old breeding cock is a Malaysian (which he says is different from the Javan form). Here is a German publication from him about it:http://wwwuser.gwdg.de/~ipfeiff/Publikation.pdf