from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A remarkable genus of Madagascan passerine birds, the type and only known species of which is F. palliata, of uncertain systematic position, commonly referred to the Paradiseidæ, and sometimes to the Corvidæ, where it probably belongs. The bird is black and white in color and about 9½ inches long.


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