. Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum. 2. TUKDIJS. 227 replaced by brown, and have dark l)ars across the ends of the smaller featliers, and ochraceous sijots at the tips of the wing-coverts. The Zanzibar Thrush has only been procured in the district whose name it bears. The British Museum does not possess an example of this well- marked species. The type is in the EcrKu Museum, and specimens are also iu the collections of Capt. Shelley and of the writer. 43. Turdus olivaceus. Le Merle olive du Cap de Bonne-Esperauce, Bn'ss. Orn. ii. p. 294, pi. xxii. %. 3 (1760); 3Io/itb. Hist. Kaf. O
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