The upper plumage of the hen is olive brown, washed with blue in parts.
The back, wings, and tail are olive brown tinged with rusty red.
In color the pike is olive brown, marked with green and yellow.
Their colour is an olive brown, and their stature of the average height.
They lay two and rarely three eggs of an olive brown or greenish color.
The eggs are numerous, about eleven or twelve, and olive brown in color.
The dorsal color of living individuals from Arteaga varied from dark gray and olive brown to tan and reddish brown.
The upper plumage of the hen is olive brown save for a brilliant blue patch on either side of the head.
It is like the European thrush, except that the back is olive brown without any dark markings.
The head is slightly crested, the upper plumage, including the wings and tail, is olive brown.