Mixornis rubicapillus, Tickell.
395. :- Jerdon's Birds of India, Vol. II, p. 23.
THE YELLOW-BREASTED WREN BABBLER.
Length, 5.75 ; wing, 2.38 ; tail, 2 ; tarsus, 0.8 ; bill at front, 0.6.
Bill horny ; irides reddish-hazel; legs pale horny-brown.
Above dull olive-green, inclining to rufescent or brown ; wings and tail rufescent-brown ; part of the forehead, supercilium, ears, and sides of the neck, yellowish-green, with some dusky streaks; crown of the head dull ferruginous ; beneath pale yellow, fading to whitish on the lower abdomen and olivaceous on the flanks and vent ; the throat and upper part of the breast with some blackish streaks.
The Yellow-breasted Wren Babbler has been doubtfully recorded from Central India.