from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A group of old-world dentirostral oscine passerine birds of uncertain position, sometimes referred to the Laniidæ or shrikes, oftener to the Muscicapidæ or flycatchers, or raised to the rank of a family, Campophagidæ; the caterpillar-catchers. Campophaga is the leading genus. Also written Campephagina, Campephaginæ.


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