brown barring

22 examples (0.04 sec)
  • The breast is brown with pale off-white and dark brown barring.
  • The head has brown bars and blue vertical lines.
  • Its upper parts are rufous brown barred with white with more white on the head and nape.
  • Sides and back brown with eight darker brown bars and a row of small blue spots with dark outlines.
  • The wings and tail had light brown bars.
  • It has prominent ear tufts, and the upper body is dusky brown, the lower parts off-white with brown bars.
  • It is a whitish fish with about twelve irregular dark brown bars on the body and many small dark spots on the head.
  • The arms and legs had darker brown barring above and were yellow underneath.
  • The flowers are a glossy bright golden yellow with brown barring.
  • Description of the breed: black neck, black or brown bars, shiny body, red eyes with red circle round around the eye.
  • The underparts are pale with narrow grey-brown bars and the breast has dark blotches.
  • The upper surfaces of the arms and legs are copper brown with diffuse dark-brown barring.
  • Juvenile owls are similar in appearance, but they lack most of the white spotting above and brown barring below.
  • This butterfly is mostly orange and yellow coloured with distinct dark-brown bars on the topside.
  • This butterfly is mostly orange coloured with distinct dark-brown bars on the topside.
  • Upper parts brown barred with black; the rump snow-white; the head gray with a scarlet band on the back of it. Cited from Citizen Bird, by Mabel Osgood Wright and Elliott Coues
  • The back and wings of the female American kestrel are rufous with dark brown barring.
  • The forehead, neck, back, and upper wings of the adults are usually a dark reddish-brown with light brown barring scattered throughout.
  • The under parts are white with heavy brown streaks on the breast and coarse brown barring on the belly.
  • The tail is brown with widely spaced darker brown bars.
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