v.l. Sakuṇovāda Sutta.– A monk must keep to his own pasture ground, his own native beat (pettikavisaya) — viz., the four foundations of mindfulness: objects, sounds, etc., are passion fraught, inciting to lust. S.v.146 f.
The introduction to the sutta contains the Sakuṇagghi Jātaka (q.v.) The name given in the uddāna of the Saṃyutta is the Sakuṇagghi Sutta.