(syn. Ciconia Ϯ Maguari Stork C. maguari) Gr. ευ eu truly; ξενος xenos strange; ουρα oura tail; "EUXENURA, Ridgway. ... (Type, Ardea maguari, Gmel.) ... differing from that genus [Ciconia] in the form of the tail, which is short and deeply forked, with very rigid feathers; the longer lower coverts similar to ordinary rectrices in form and development, having their upper surface convex, the shafts stiff, and the webs firm, thus presenting the appearance of a second tail!" (Ridgway 1878).