(142) Ianthocincla cineracea styani.
Trochalopterum styani Oustalet, Bull. Mus. Par., 6, p. 226 (1898) (Ta-tsien-lu).
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. This race differs from the preceding in having the head dark ashy instead of black and the ear-coverts rufous instead of black and white. The upper plumage is browner and the breast is tinged with vinous.
Colours of soft parts as in I. c. cineracea.
Measurements. Wing 94 to 98 mm.; tail 106 to 118 mm.: tarsus about 38 mm.; culmen 22 to 25 mm.
Distribution. Yunnan and the E. Shan States.
Nidification. A single egg from the Styan collection measures 28.1x19.8 mm.
Habits. Not recorded.