Ixus luteolus, Less,
452. :- Jerdon's Birds of India, Vol. II, p. 84 ; Butler, Deccan; Stray Feathers, Vol. IX, p. 402.
THE WHITE-BROWED BUSH BULBUL.
Length, 7.5; wing, 3.5; tail, 3.5 ; tarsus, 0.8; bill at front 0.6.
Bill blackish ; irides blood-red ; legs dark-plumbeous.
Above dull-brownish olive-green, palest on the head, where it is slightly ashy, and yellowish on the rump; quills and coverts edged with brighter green ; over the eye to the ear-coverts, and from the base of the upper mandible extending below the eye, obscure white; chin, and base of lower mandible, pale clear yellow; lower parts whitish-ashy, tinged with pale-yellow ; the breast dashed with brownish-grey, and the vent and under tail-coverts pale-yellow.
The White-browed Bush Bulbul is a permanent resident in some portions of the Deccan, but is very local, and appears to avoid the Ghat Range.