Culicicapa ceylonensis, Swains.
295. :- Cryptolopha cinereocapilla, Vieill. :- Jerdon's Birds of India, Vol. I, p. 455; Butler, Deccan; Stray Feathers, Vol. IX, p. 396; Swinhoe and Barnes, Central India ; Ibis, 1885, p. 66.
THE GREY-HEADED FLY-CATCHER.
Length, 4.5 to 4.75 ; wing, 2.4 ; tail, 2.12 ; tarsus, 0.5. Bill blackish above, horny-reddish beneath; irides deep-brown ; feet dingy-red.
Above, the head, nape, and ear-coverts, dark-ashy; back, wings, and tail- light-yellow green; quills and tail-feathers dusky internally; rump and upper tail-coverts tinged yellow ; beneath, the chin, throat, neck, and breast, pale-ashy; the rest of the lower plumage dingy-yellow, greenish on the flanks.
The Grey-headed Fly-catcher is a not uncommon cold weather visitant to Satara, and has been recorded from the Ahmednagar district. It is fairly common in Central India, but does not occur elsewhere within our limits.