(382) Criniger tephrogenys griseiceps.
HUME'S WHITE-THROATED BULBUL.
Criniger griseiceps Hume, S. F., i, p. 478 (1873) (Upper Pegu); Blanf. & Oates, i, p. 257.
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. This form is close to typical tephrogenys but has the upper parts olive-grey rather than rufescent brown and the upper breast, as well as the throat and chin, is white; the rest of the under parts are ochraceous as in that bird.
Colours of soft parts as in the last.
Measurements. A rather smaller bird than gutturalis, with a wing between 90 and 98 mm., according to sex, and other measurements in proportion.
Distribution. Central West Burma, South to North Tenasserim.
Nidification. Not recorded.
Habits. Those of the genus.