|Yellow-eyed "Babbler", Chrysomma sinense|
Chrysomma is a songbird genus. Long believed to be Timaliidae (Old World babblers), they are actually quite closely related to the typical warblers and even closer to the parrotbills, and therefore a member of the family Sylviidae.
- Jerdon's "Babbler", Chrysomma altirostre
- Myanmar Jerdon's "Babbler", Chrysomma altirostre altirostre - extinct (1940s)
- Yellow-eyed "Babbler", Chrysomma sinense
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