from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as Pauxi.
- n. Same as Mitu, 2.
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The tetrix, called ourax in Athens, builds neither on the ground nor on trees, but on low-lying shrubs.
[* Not the ourax of Cuvier, Crax pauxi Linn., but the Crax alector.]
Tame pauxis* (* Not the ourax of Cuvier, Crax pauxi Linn., but the Crax alector.) surrounded the Indian huts; in one of which we saw a very rare monkey, which inhabits the banks of the Guaviare.