Definition of Black-necked stork

1. Noun. Large mostly white Australian stork.

Exact synonyms: Jabiru, Policeman Bird, Xenorhyncus Asiaticus
Generic synonyms: Stork
Group relationships: Genus Xenorhyncus, Xenorhyncus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Black-necked Stork

black-hooded antshrikes
black-house
black-ice
black-jack
black-legged tick
black-letter
black-letter law
black-market
black-marketing
black-mouthed
black-necked cobra
black-necked grebe
black-necked screamer
black-necked screamers
black-necked stilt
black-necked stork (current term)
black-necked swan
black-necked swans
black-on-black
black-out
black-sant
black-stem spleenwort
black-stemmed spleenwort
black-striped wallabies
black-striped wallaby
black-tailed deer
black-tailed godwit
black-tailed godwits
black-tailed jackrabbit
black-tailed jackrabbits

Literary usage of Black-necked stork

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Birds by Eugene William Oates, William Thomas Blanford (1889)
"The black-necked stork. Mycteria asiatica, Latti. Imi. Ont. ii. p. ... The black-necked stork is resident in suitable localities throughout India, Ceylon, ..."

2. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society by Bombay Natural History Society (1886)
"... indeed, do well enough without it. He is rare in the Deccan, much less so in Khandesh ; but he fishes rarely or not at all. The fine black-necked stork ..."

3. Annual Report of the New York Zoological Society by New York Zoological Society (1912)
"Other additions worthy of note are the white-necked stork (Ciconia nigra) ; a very fine example of the black-necked stork ..."

4. Ceylon: A General Description of the Island, Historical, Physical by Horatio John Suckling (1876)
"Holdsworth " doubts if the gigantic Australian black-necked stork (Mycteria Australia) recorded by Layard is found in Ceylon." It is, however, a bird of ..."

5. Birds by Eugene William Oates, William Thomas Blanford (1889)
"The black-necked stork. Mycteria asiatica, Latti. Imi. Ont. ii. p. ... The black-necked stork is resident in suitable localities throughout India, Ceylon, ..."

6. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society by Bombay Natural History Society (1886)
"... indeed, do well enough without it. He is rare in the Deccan, much less so in Khandesh ; but he fishes rarely or not at all. The fine black-necked stork ..."

7. Annual Report of the New York Zoological Society by New York Zoological Society (1912)
"Other additions worthy of note are the white-necked stork (Ciconia nigra) ; a very fine example of the black-necked stork ..."

8. Ceylon: A General Description of the Island, Historical, Physical by Horatio John Suckling (1876)
"Holdsworth " doubts if the gigantic Australian black-necked stork (Mycteria Australia) recorded by Layard is found in Ceylon." It is, however, a bird of ..."

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