(220) Pomatorhinus erythrogenys haringtoni.
BAKER'S RUSTY-CHEEKED SCIMITAR-BABBLER.
Pomatorhinus haringtoni Stuart Baker, Bull. B. O. C, xxxiii, p. 123 (1914) (Darjilling).
Vernacular names. Yongo-hut-pho (Lepcha).
Description. This race differs from the last in having the whole-chin, throat and upper breast dark ashy, the feathers of the chin and throat having white bases and those of the breast white central streaks.
Colours of soft parts as in P. e. erythrogenys.
Measurements. This form is a little smaller than the last, wing 92 to 102 mm.
Distribution. Himalayas, Garhwal to Sikkim.
Nidification. Breeds in May and June at all elevations between. 2,000 and 8,000 feet. The nests and eggs cannot be distinguished from those of the last.
Habits do not differ from those of P. e. erythrogenys.