(415) Pinarocichla eutilota.
THE CRESTED BROWN BULBUL.
Brachypus eutilotus Jard. & Selby, 111. Orn., iv, pi. ii (1836) (Singapore). Pinarocichla euptilosa. Blanf. & Oates, i, p. 279.
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. Crown greyish brown, with blackish shaft-stripes; lores, cheeks, ear-coverts and sides of neck paler, without stripes; back, rump and scapulars ochraceous olive, the feathers of the rump banded with black showing up in places as black patches ; upper tail-coverts and tail ferruginous, the outer three pairs of tail-feathers tipped with white; wing-coverts and inner secondaries brighter and more ochraceous than the back; primaries and outer secondaries dark brown, the outer webs ochraceous ; the whole lower plumage whitish, suffused with grey on the breast and with yellow elsewhere.
Colours of soft parts. Iris crimson iu the male, wood-brown to litharge-red in the female; bill black; legs and feet dark grey- or plumbeous-brown to black (Hume & Davison),
Measurements. Total length about 225 to 230 mm.; wing 84 to 99 mm.; tail about 95 mm.; tarsus about 18 to 19 mm.; culmen about 13 mm.
Distribution. Peninsular Burma and Siam to Sumatra, Java and Borneo.
Habits. According to Davison this is a bird of open or culti¬vated country. Its habits are like those of the genus Otocompsa, its note is whistled "kick pettigrew" and its food consists princi-pally of small berries but also to some extent of insects.