201. Xenorhynchus asiaticus.
THE BLACK-NECKED STORK.
Male 52" to 56". Legs red. Bill 12", black. Under plumage white, rest glossy green. Iris in male dark brown; in female yellow. India, Ceylon, Burma, and through Malaya to Australia. Four eggs (2.91 x 2.12), white. (J. 917. B. 1549.)
Also the genus Ephippiorhynchus. With " saddle " across bill. Lores and eye region bare. One species— E, senegalensis, 65", confined to Africa.
Also the genus Mycteria. Head and neck bare, with few downy feathers on occiput. One species— M. americana, 50", from C. and S. America.
(ii.) Under tail-coverts lengthened and stiffened, equal to or longer than tail.