152. Sarciophorus malabaricus.
THE YELLOW-WATTLED LAPWING.
Zirdo, India; Chitawa (Telugu); Jithiri, N. W. P.-, Alkati (Tamil).
Male 9 1/2" Female 10 1/2". Legs yellow. Bill yellow, black tip. Crown, chin, and nape black. Sides of head, neck, upper breast, back, scapulars, tertiaries, and wing-coverts pale ashy. Below from breast white. Resident throughout India and Ceylon. Four eggs (1.45 x 1.07), buff, blotched brown. (J. 856. B. 1433.)
Also with no hind toe:—
S, tectus. 10". "With crimson bill and feet. From Africa. S, latifrons. Similar to S. tectus. From E. Africa.
Also the genus Zonifer. One species— Z. tricolor, 10 1/2" from Australia and Tasmania. Also the genus Anomalophrys. One species—A. superciliosus, 10 1/2", from W. Africa.
(iii.) With wing-spur and no facial wattle.