(924) Suya crinigera striatula.
The Sind Hill-Warbler.
Blanfordius striatulus Hume, S. F., ii,p. 300 (1873) (Karachi, Sind).
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. Similar to S. c. crinigera, but very much paler above both in Summer and Winter plumage; there is much less fulvous or rufous and more grey in the coloration generally.
Colours of soft parts as in the preceding bird.
Measurements. Wing 50 to 59 mm.; tail 80 to 110 mm.; tarsus 22 mm. ; culmen 11 to 12 mm.
Distribution. Sind, Baluchistan, Salt Range, N.W. Frontier Province.
Nidification. Not recorded.
Habits. Apparently a bird of the plains and the hills alike up to some 3,000 feet. Ticehurst remarks that it is a very local bird.