Definition of Bubulcus ibis
1. Noun. Small white egret widely distributed in warm regions often found around grazing animals.
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Literary usage of Bubulcus ibis
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1. Under the African Sun; a Description of the Native Races in Uganda, Sporting by William John Ansorge, Ernst Hartert (1899)
"ad. Lake Nakuru, Uganda Protectorate, 23/3/98. " Iris dark brown." 23. Bubulcus ibis (L.) i Pongo, Lur country, north-west shore of Lake Albert, 24/10/97. ..."
2. Upper Egypt: Its People and Its Products by Carl Benjamin Klunzinger (1878)
"(bubulcus ibis), which always marches after herds of cattle at pasture, and was formerly sacred, the two egrets, the crested lapwing, the Egyptian plover ..."