416. Phylloscopus subviridis.
Reguloides subviridis, Brooks, Proc. A. S. B. 1872, p. 148; Hume, S. F. iv, p. 494; Brooks, S. F. vii, p. 477 ; Hume, Cat. no. 506 bis; Brooks, S. F. viii, pp. S92, 482; Biddulph, Ibis, 1881, p. 66; Scully, Ibis, 1881, p. 449. Phylloscopus subviridis (Brooks), Seebohm, Cat. B.M. v, p. 74, pl. iv, fig. 2 ; Oates in Hume's N. & E. 2nd ed. i, p. 262.
Coloration. Central coronal streak, supercilium, sides of the head, and the whole lower plumage yellow suffused with an ochraceous tinge; lores and behind the eye dusky; upper plumage and margins of wings and tail clear greenish yellow; tips to greater wing-coverts pale yellow and distinct; tips to median-coverts greenish yellow and less distinct.
Iris black ; legs and feet greyish green ; bill greenish horny (G. F. L. Marshall).
Length about 4.3; tail 1.8 ; wing 2.3; tarsus .7; bill from gape .45 ; the first primary is about .55 long; the second primary is between the seventh and tenth.
Distribution. This species is found in winter in the North-west Provinces and the Panjab, apparently not ranging eastward of Allahabad. It occurs at Simla on migration, and breeds in Kashmir and Afghanistan, but the nest has not yet been found.