(357) Pteruthius melanotis intermedins.
Allotrius intermedium Hume, S. F., v, p. 112 (1877) (Tenasserim). Pteruthius intermedins. Blanf. & Oates, i, p. 227,
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description.— Male. Differs from the last in having the forehead deep chestnut, followed by a yellow band; the grey nape and black neck-patches are absent; the outermost tail-feathers have a streak of black near the tips of the outer webs; the 1st and 2nd primaries are entirely black, the next four black on the base and white on the rest of the outer webs.
Colours of soft parts and Measurements as in the last.
The female has the forehead rufous and the lower plumage pale yellow. The wings are edged with green except the earlier primaries which are edged with pale yellow.
Distribution, The eastern hills of Burma from Bhamo to Tenasserim.
Nidification and Habits. Nothing recorded.