from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In ornithology:
- A genus of birds of the family Campophagidæ, of which the type is L. terat, containing numerous species (about 25) ranging from Mauritius through India to Australia and Oceanica.
- A genus of thrushes (same as Copsichus, 1), the type being Turdus mindanensis.
- In entomology, a genus of dipterous insects of the family Muscidæ.
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