"coturnix novaezealandiae" retained as printed, but the correct spelling is "novaezelandiae" as printed in the species heading.
The only common ones that I can call to mind are the wagtails, the pipits, and the quail (coturnix communis).
In July the black-breasted or rain-quail (coturnix coromandelica) is plentiful in India.
The coturnix is closely allied to the Quail; the only physical distinction between them is the absence of the back toe.
With the first full moon of September come the grey quail (coturnix communis).
The gallinaceous birds are represented by a quail, coturnix novae zealandiae, now exterminated.
The quail, puyuh (coturnix); but whether a native or a bird of passage, I cannot determine.
These grassy areas were favorite haunts of the Painted Quail, coturnix chinensis.
The coturnix vulgaris, a gallinaceous bird, allied to the partridge, but of smaller size.
The grey quail (coturnix communis) is a common bird of the Himalayas during a few days only in the year.