205. Pseudotantalus leucocephalus.
THE PAINTED STORK.
Male 40" to 42". Legs fleshy. Bill 10", deep yellow. Plumage white. Primaries, secondaries, and tail black, glossed green. Tertiaries rosy, with dark band and tipped white. Broad breast-band black. India, extending to Burma and China. Four eggs (2.77 x 1.88), white. (J. 938. B. 1552.)
Also P. cinereus. 38". Pure white. Bastard wing, primary coverts, quills and tail black. From Malay Peninsula to Java and Sumatra.
P. ibis. 40". "White, tinged rosy. Wing-coverts with crimson bar. From Africa and Madagascar.
Also the genus Tantalus. With crown, throat, and neck bare. The neck covered with scurvy scales. One species— T. loculator, 42", confined to America.