(348) Ixulus humilis humilis.
Ixulus humilis Hume, S. F., v, p. 106 (1877) (Muleyit); Blanf. & Oates, i, p. 218.
Vernacular names. None recorded.
Description. Whole upper plumage, visible portions of wings and tail and sides of head plain brown; lores and moustachial streaks darker brown; sides of neck and whole lower plumage white, the chin, throat and breast with very narrow brown shaft-streaks, broadening on the flanks, thighs and under tail-coverts; under wing-coverts white.
Colours of soft parts. Iris red-brown; bill, upper mandible black, under one pale brown; legs and feet fleshy-brown.
Measurements. Length about 130 mm.; wing about 60 to 62 mm. ; tail about 43 to 45 mm. ; tarsus about 20 mm. ; culmen 10 to 11 mm.
Distribution. Tenasserim only.
Nidification and Habits. Nothing recorded. Frequents the higher portion of Muleyit Mountain.