They lay two and rarely three eggs of an olive brown or greenish color.
The upper plumage of the hen is olive brown, washed with blue in parts.
The length of the lamprey is generally from fifteen to eighteen inches, and its color is olive brown.
The back, wings, and tail are olive brown tinged with rusty red.
The 191 underneath of the wings is ferruginous, with spots of an olive brown set in a framework of white towards the base.
In color the pike is olive brown, marked with green and yellow.
The stalks of roses, &c., should be worked in olive brown or a very dark green.
The eggs are numerous, about eleven or twelve, and olive brown in color.
It is like the European thrush, except that the back is olive brown without any dark markings.
The upper plumage of the hen is olive brown save for a brilliant blue patch on either side of the head.