585. Anthipes submoniliger.
Hume's White-gorgeted Flycatcher.
Anthipes submoniliger, Hume, S. F. v, p. 105 (1877) ; Hume & Dav. S. F. vi, pp. 232, 510; Hume, Cat. no. 317 bis. Digenea submoniliger (Hume), Sharpe, Cat. B. M. iv, p. 461; Oates, B. B. i, p. 301; Sharpe, P. Z. S. 1888, p. 246.
Coloration. Upper plumage fulvous-brown; forehead, lores, a broad but short supercilium, and a circle of feathers round the eye rich golden-fulvous; sides of the head fulvous-brown; chin and throat white, with a few black feathers on the side of the chin ; breast and Hanks olive-brown; abdomen, vent, and under tail-coverts white ; wings and wing-coverts brown,edged with rufous; tail ferruginous.
Bill black, yellowish on lower mandible; iris deep brown; legs fleshy white (Davison).
Length about 5 ; tail 2; wing 2.4; tarsus .85; bill from gape .6.
Distribution. Tenasserim, where this species has been found on Muleyit mountain and at the foot of Nwalabo mountain.