(325) Actinodura ramsayi radcliffei.
THE RUBY MINES BAR-WING.
Actinodura ramsayi radcliffei Harington, Bull. B. O. C, xiii, p. 9 (1910) (Ruby Mines).
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. " Differs from A. ramsayi in having the fore part of the head and crest darker ferruginous, the general colour of the upper parts ochraceous ; the abdomen is conspicuously white, and the feathers of the throat have rather conspicuous shaft-streaks."
Colours of soft parts. " Iris brown ; bill dark brown; legs pale brown''
Measurements. "Total length about 246 mm.; culmen 20 mm.; wing 91-4 mm,; tail 127 mm.; tarsus 30.5 mm."
Distribution. " The type, the only specimen obtained, was shot by Col. H. Delme-Radcliffe in the Ruby Mines District, Upper Burma."
Nidification and Habits unknown.