THREE-TOED QUAILS and PLAIN WANDERERS.
Jerdon (p. 594) places the Bustard and Button Quails as a subfamily of Tinamidae.
Of small size. Bill slender. Wings moderate. Tail short or none. Lateral toes short. No spurs.
No hind toe (Pedionomus excepted). Frequent bushes and grass-jungle.
NOTE.— Bustard Quails differ more from Quails than the latter do from Pea-Fowl in structure.