443. Abrornis flavigularis.
The Yellow-throated Flycatcher-Warbler.
Abrornis flavigularis, Godw.-Aust. J. A. S. B. xlvi, pt. ii, p. 44 (1877), xlvii, pt. ii, p. 19 (1878); Hume, S. F. vii, p. 147 ; id. Cat. no. 572 ter. Cryptolopha flavigularis (Godw.-Aust.), Sharpe, Cat. B. M. iv, Add. p. 474.
Coloration. Forehead, crown, and nape dark ashy brown ; lores blackish; a streak over the lores and eyes, continued to the nape, white, but very indistinct behind the eye; upper plumage ashy grey; wings dark brown edged with ashy olive ; sides of the head mixed ashy and white; chin and upper throat bright yellow; remainder of lower plumage greyish white ; edge of wing yellowish ; the two outer tail-feathers brow n on the outer web, white on the inner ; the next pair brown, narrowly edged on the inner web with white ; the other two pairs ashy brown.
Bill in the dry state dark brown above, yellow below; legs brown.
Length about 4; tail 1.5; wing 1.9; tarsus "7; bill from gape .5.
Distribution. Known only from Sadiya in Upper Assam, where the type was obtained by Mr. Ogle.