Parus nuchalis, Jerdon.
646. :- Jerdon's Birds of India, Vol. II, p. 279 ; Butler, Guzerat; Stray Feathers, Vol. III, p. 492.
THE WHITE-WINGED BLACK TIT.
Length, 5; wing, 2.8 ; tail, 2; tarsus, 0.7 ; bill at front, 0.4.
Bill black; irides red-brown; legs plumbeous.
Above black, with a white nuchal mark ; a white band across the wing, and the tertiaries broadly margined and tipped with white; tail with the outer feathers nearly white, the next with the outer web only, and the third with the outer web white only at its base and tip; cheeks, sides of neck, sides of breast, belly, and under tail-coverts, white, with a black mesial stripe, from the throat to the vent.
The White-winged Black Tit has been obtained from Cutch and the vicinity of Deesa. It appears, to be very locally distributed.