French: Barbu malais German: Schwarzbrauen-Bartvogel Spanish: Barbudo cejinegro
Peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra.
c. 21·5 cm; 62 g (single female). Montane green barbet with red on forehead (just above bill), lores and nape, yellow-gold throat with blue lower border, red on breast... read more
Song a series of triple-noted phrases, “too-tuk-trrrrrk”, at 65–75 phrases per... read more
Generally lower montane forest and upper dipterocarp forest in Malaysia, also pine forest and... read more
Food and feeding
Little known. Fruits comprise most of its diet, takes insects, mainly when breeding, but little information available. Dominated by P.... read more
Poorly known. Season Feb–Nov in Sumatra, Mar–Jun in Malaysia. Countersinging occurs in breeding period. Nest excavated at 2... read more
Resident and presumably generally sedentary.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Fairly common to common in most of range; common in Sumatra. Too little information available on population and breeding biology for its conservation... read more
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