(129) Garrulax leucolophus belangeri.
THE BURMESE WHITE-CRESTED LAUGHING-THRUSH.
Garrulax belangeri Less., Trait d'Orn., p. 648 (1831); Blanf. & Oates, i, p. 79.
Vernacular names. Wa-youn-hnet, Way-oung-hnet^goung byu (Burmese).
Description. Differs from the preceding in having the white of the breast running into the abdomen instead of being sharply defined by the rufous colour. The colour of the upper parts is a light ferruginous- rather than an olive-brown.
Colours of soft parts as in leucolophus.
Measurements. A rather smaller bird than the last, with a wing of about 125 to 130 mm.
Distribution. Yunnan, North and South Shan States, Annam, Lower Chin and Kachin Hills, Pegu and Tenasserim.
Nidification. Similar to that of the last bird, twelve eggs averaging 28.3 x 22.7 mm.
Habits differ in no way from those of the last or the next bird.