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PASSERES.
b2.
The hinder part of the tarsus transversely scuttelated
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Alaudidæ.
b1.
Tongue tubular
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Nectariniidæ.
c1.
Tongue bifid, with small brushes at tip.
c2.
Plumage not metallic
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Zosteropidæ.
d2.
Plumage more or less metallic
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Chalcopariidæ.
b.
The edges of the mandibles finely serrated on the terminal third of their edges
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Dicæidæ.
B.
(Anisomyodi.) Syringial muscles inserted either in the middle, or on the dorsal or ventral ends of the bronchial semi-rings.
c.
Flexor longus hallucis and Flexor profundus digitorum not united with a vinculum
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Pittidæ.
d.
Flexor longus hallucis and Flexor profundus digitorum joined near the centre with a vinculum
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Eurylæmidæ.

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