Prinia flaviventris, Deless.
532. :- Jerdon's Birds of India, Vol. II, p. 169 ; Murray's Vertebrate Zoology of Sind, p. 152.
THE YELLOW-BELLIED WREN WARBLER.
Length, 5.25 ; expanse, 6.3; wing, 1.87 ; tail, 2.9 ; tarsus, 0.75 ; bill at front, 0.5.
Bill black, fleshy at base beneath; irides reddish-yellow; legs deep yellow.
Head, with lores and ear-coverts, dark ashy; back, wings, and tail, dull olive-green; the quills dusky-brown ; chin, throat, and breast, white; the abdomen, vent, and under tail-coverts, bright canary-yellow.
The Yellow-bellied Wren Warbler is a permanent resident in Sind, where it breeds from June to September. The nest is tailor-bird like, but the eggs are bright brick-red without spots.
It has not been recorded from any other portion of the district.