(903) Abrornis flavogularis.
The Yellow-throated Flycatcher-Warbler.
Abrornis flavogularis Godw.-Austen, J. A. S. B., xlvi, pt. ii, p. 44 (1877) (Sadiya); Blanf. & Oates, i, p. 431.
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. Lores blackish; a supercilium from the forehead to the nape white ; forehead to crown dark ashy-brown, changing to ashy-grey on remainder of upper plumage; wings dark brown, edged with ashy olive-green ; tail brown, the two outer white on the inner webs and the next pair also edged with white ; sides of head mottled grey and white; chin and upper throat yellow; (remainder of lower plumage greyish white.
Colours of soft parts. Bill " dark above, orange below" (Godw.-Austen).
Measurements. Wing 48 mm.; tail 36 mm.; tarsus 19 mm.; culmen 9 mm.
Distribution. One specimen only known from Sadiya.
Nidification and Habits. Nothing recorded.