French: Barbu de Java German: Javabartvogel Spanish: Barbudo de Java
Lowland Java and Bali.
c. 26 cm; male 115 g. Large green barbet with yellow crown and black bill. Both sexes have black, blue and red head markings; black lores and eyestripe, black extending down... read more
Song somewhat variable, usually accelerating series of double “too-took” notes, for 10... read more
Lowland and hill forest, including teak forest, where not densely wooded, also forest patches; up... read more
Food and feeding
Poorly known; fruits such as figs, and insects reported.
Feb–Sept, and reported also in Dec, thus much of year; perhaps double-brooded. Reportedly lays two eggs in tree cavity, but no other... read more
Resident and sedentary.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Known to be widespread, and often common, though in a much-fragmented habitat. Lowland forests within its range... read more
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