Spores globose, usually some shade of umber or olivaceous, rarely violaceous.
The spores and capillitium, olivaceous, then purplish-brown.
The other is the willow-cat, or eel-cat (Ictalurus anguilla), of a pale yellowish or olivaceous color, without spots.
Sittasomus griseicapillus (Vieillot): olivaceous Woodcreeper.
The olivaceous of these wings greatly encroaches upon the marginal belt.
Sometimes a few spots or scrawls of dark “mummy brown” or “olivaceous black” stand out in sharp contrast to the other markings.
The color is olivaceous, often bluish on the back, sides with silvery lustre, fading to white on the belly.
The cap is of a dull yellow color, olivaceous, darkening with age to a brownish tinge.
Their ground sometimes presents a greenish-white color, but tends more to olivaceous or dull drab.
Myiarchus tuberculifer platyrhynchus Ridgway: olivaceous Flycatcher.