204. Leptoptilus javanicus.
THE HAIR-CRESTED or SMALL ADJUTANT STORK.
Madan-chur, Bengal; Chinjura, India; Bang-gor, Purneah; Dodal-konga (Telugu); Mana, Ceylon; Don-mi-gwet, Burma.
Male 54". Legs dirty black. Bill 10" to 12", dirty. Bald, bare neck. No gular pouch. Thin mane. White neck-ruff. Above gloss-green, faintly barred. Under-tail pure white. C. and S. India, Ceylon, and eastward through Burma to China, and southward to Malacca, Java, Sumatra, and Borneo. Eggs 2.84 x 2.09. (J. 916. B. 1551.)
Also L. crumeniferus. 40". Similar to L. javanicus, but with white edges to all the greater coverts and secondaries. From Africa.