(340) Yuhina gularis yangpiensis.
Yuhina yangpiensis Sharpe, Bull. B. O. C, xiii, p. 11 (1900) (Yangpi, Yunnan).
Vernacular names. Chee-chaw-pum-frong, Chee-chaw, Pum-chee-chaw (Kachin).
Description. Very similar to the last but is more olive-brown and less fulvous-brown above and the crest is fulvous-brown instead of a rich hair-brown.
Colours of soft parts. Iris brown; upper mandible black, the lower horny; legs and feet orange.
Measurements as in Y. g. gularis.
Distribution. Hills South of the Brahmaputra, Chin Hills, Shan States and Yunnan.
Nidification and Habits unrecorded.