(202) Pomatorhinus schisticeps pinwilli.
SHARPENS SLATY-HEADED SCIMITAR-BABBLER.
Pomatorhinus pinwilli Sharpe, Cat. B. M., vii, p. 413 (1883) (Simla).
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. A small race of schisticeps, similar in colour but with the chestnut a trifle less deep in colour and with the rufous collar on the nape more pronounced.
Colours of soft parts as in P. s. schisticeps.
Measurements. A small bird; wing from 85 to 95 mm., generally about 90 to 91 mm.
Distribution. N.W. Himalayas to Garhwal.
Nidification and Habits similar to those of the other races.