French: Barbu montagnard German: Borneobartvogel Spanish: Barbudo montano
Mount Kinabalu, Borneo
Mountains of Borneo from Mt Kinabalu S to Kapuas and Kayan Mts.
20–22 cm; male 65–110 g, female 83–112 g. Rather small, chunky, green barbet with yellowish throat. Male has forecrown bluish-yellow, hindcrown and nape red... read more
Song repeated phrases of fast notes, “tu-tu-tu-tu-tuk” to faster “tu-t-t-t-tuk... read more
Lower montane and slope dipterocarp forest, also edges, and garden and orchard fruit trees near and... read more
Food and feeding
Diverse fruits, including “lunuk” berries and figs; probably some insects. Forages at all levels, climbing and searching on bark of trunks... read more
Very poorly known. Data from specimens indicate season Nov–Jun. No information available on nest, eggs, incubation, nestling... read more
Resident and probably sedentary.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Bornean Mountains EBA. Appears to be quite common and somewhat adaptable, but no details on numbers. Little-... read more
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