Reguloides humei, Brooks.
565bis. :- Butler, Deccan; Stray Feathers, Vol. IX, p. 409.
THE BROWN-HEADED "WILLOW WARBLER.
Like R. superciliosus, but has the supercilium pale brownish-buff to brownish-white, as in P. tristis; cheeks strongly tinged with pale ruddy-buff, and seldom having an admixture of yellow; they are mottled as in the affined species with dark-brown; top of head brown, rather inclined to olive; coronal streak very faint, often not visible; color of top of head at all times blended into color of back; back, wings, and tail as in superciliosus, but of less bright green, and yellow tips to the wing-coverts not so pure; in other respects the plumage much resembles that of superciliosus.
Has been procured in the vicinity of Belgaum.