Drymoipus neglectus, Jerdon.
546. :- Jerdon's Birds of India, Vol. II, p. 182 ; Butler, Deccan; Stray Feathers, Vol. IX, p. 407.
THE ALLIED WREN WARBLER.
Length, 6; wing, 2.4; tail, 2.5 to 3; bill at front, 0.4; tarsus, 0.9.
Bill dusky, fleshy beneath; irides amber ; legs dingy-fleshy.
Plumage greenish ashy-brown, but with a decided tinge of rufous throughout; beneath whitish, strongly tinged with olive-rufous ; tail very faintly barred.
A single specimen was obtained in Ratnagiri, but Jerdon states it to be common at and near Mhow. I did not meet with it. D. neglectus probably equals D. sylvaticus.