(392) Hemixus flavala davisoni.
DAVISON'S BROWN-EARED BULBUL.
Hemixus davisoni Hume, S. F., v, p. 111 (1877) (Tenasserim); Blanf. & Oates, i, p. 264.
Vernacular names. Nyen-boh-ka-lone (Burmese).
Description. Differs from H. fl. flavala in having the entire crown and nape a rich dark brown, the upper parts a paler brown and the yellow on the wings less in extent; the breast is ashy rather than grey.
Colours of soft parts as in the last.
Measurements. This race seems to average a trifle larger than the last, the wing being between 97 and 102 mm.
Distribution. Tenasserim, Meetan and Thoungyah.
Nidification and Habits. Nothing recorded beyond Davison's statement that it is confined to the hill-forests of the southern half of Tenasserim.