Definition of Centropus sinensis
1. Noun. Common coucal of India and China.
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Literary usage of Centropus sinensis
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1. Fasciculi Malayenses: Anthropological and Zoological Results of an by Herbert Christopher Robinson, Nelson Annandale (1903)
"centropus sinensis, (Steph.) centropus sinensis, Bonhote, p. 74. 9 ad. Patani. *2nd June. (No. 205) $ ad. et imm. Ban Sai Kau. zoth May and gth September. ..."
2. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1921)
"... ot the upper parts is as dark as in C. optatus. They have small bills, smaller than in C. optatus. centropus sinensis intermedium (Hume) Five specimens, ..."
3. Bombay Ducks: An Account of Some of the Every-day Birds and Beasts Found in by Douglas Dewar (1906)
"centropus sinensis, although it is to be heard at all hours of the day, prefers to indulge in its vocal exercises in the early morning or at the sunset hour ..."
4. Ornithological & Other Oddities by Frank Finn (1907)
"For instance, a common Indian non - parasitic ground-cuckoo (centropus sinensis), whose want of resemblance to a hawk when adult may be judged from its ..."