A Yellow-bellied Bulbul  which arrived to feed on fig fruits and Macaranga berries at the Ulu Ulu Resort, Temburong, Brunei on the fourth fruiting day of the Ficus scaberrima.

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When a Ficus scaberrima and a Macaranga aetheadenia were fruiting simultaneously next to each other at the Ulu Ulu Resort in December 2017 the ripe fruit attracted seven different species of bulbuls to feed on both types of fruit.
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This Hairy-backed Bulbul visited repeatedly. Here it is about to feed on the pink arils surrounding Macaranga aetheadenia seeds.
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Another repeat visitor was a Grey-bellied Bulbul
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Finsch’s Bulbul is usually uncommon at  the Ulu Ulu resort.
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The Spectacled Bulbul is the most common forest bulbul at the Ulu Ulu Resort.
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The Black-headed Bulbul is not resident in the forest around the Ulu Ulu Resort but is an occasional visitor when a large amount of fruit is available. The photo shows unripe Macaranga aetheadenia fruit heads  which develop in groups of four.
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This Yellow-rumped Flowerpecker showed no interest in the fruiting Macaranga and fed only on ripe Ficus scaberrima figs.

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