941. Cymborhynchus affinis.
The Arrakan Black-and-red Broadbill.
Cymborhynchus affinis, Blyth, J. A. 8. B. xv, p. 312 (1846); id. Cat. p. 195 ; id. Birds Burma, p. 126 ; Oates, S. F. iii, p. 336; x, p. 188; id. B. B. i, p. 429; Hume, Cat. no. 139 quat. ; Sclater, Cat. B. M. xiv, p. 470.
Coloration. Similar to the last except that the red of the rump is mixed with black; there are always white subterminal spots on all tail-feathers except the middle pair, and these spots become bars on the three outer rectrices on each side ; the white at the base of the primaries appears from beneath the outer wing-coverts, and each tertiary has a long red spot at the end.
Length 8.2 ; tail 3 ; wing 3.6 ; tarsus .86 ; bill from gape 1.
Distribution. Arrakan from about lat. 19° southward to Cape Negrais, also the Irrawaddy delta as far east as Rangoon. Nothing is known of the habits.