(103) Neosuthora davidiana thompsoni.
Suthora thompsoni Bingham, Bull. B. O. C, xiii, p. 63 (1903) (Kyatpyin, Shan States).
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. Top and sides of the head bright cinnamon-rufous; hind neck, back and rump pale slate-grey, more or less washed with olive; wings and tail grey-brown, the quills edged with bright rufescent brown ; chin and throat black; breast grey tinged with buff, more especially on the centre; flanks, abdomen and lower tail-coverts clear brownish ochraceous.
Colours of soft parts. Bill fleshy horny; irides hazel; legs plumbeous grey.
Measurements. Total length about 95 to 100 mm.; wing 50 to 52 mm.; tail 36 to 38 mm.
Distribution. Southern Shan States.
Nidification and Habits. Not recorded.