The earlier series: 1. Need for a Catalogue LINK; 2. Moraceae LINK; 3. Euphorbiaceae LINK, 4. Poaceae LINK, 5. Fabaceae LINK, 6. Palmae LINK, 7. Loranthaceae LINK, 8. Meliaceae LINK and 9. Myrtaceae LINK.
The plant family Anacardiaceae is made up of trees with a caustic resin that turns black on exposure to the air. Their leaves are alternately arranged, rarely in opposites. Annonaceae comprises of climbers, shrubs and trees with alternate leaves. Members of the Apocynaceae are similarly climbers, shrubs and trees except that their leaves are in opposites of in whorls. The plants oozes a white latex when damaged.
In the following list the different species of birds that visit the plant are listed below each plant species. Details are as follows:
1. Common name of bird.
2. Whether for food, to forage for insects, to roost, to collect nesting material or to nest.
3. Author of the post.
4. Date of posting
5. Habitat if in Singapore (BTNR = Bukit Timah Nature Reserve), otherwise country.
6. Link to the actual post on the website.
Mangifera indica (mango)
Spotted Dove: nesting_JeremyLee_240208_urban-garden – LINK
Blue-crowned Hanging-parrots: fruit_SandhuChin_160510_urban-garden – LINK
Black-shouldered Kites: nesting-AmarSingh_250112_Ipoh-Malaysia – LINK
Black-naped Oriole: fruit-CheongWenChun_140210_Malaysia – LINK
Black-naped Oriole: fruit_AmarSingh_090811_Ipoh-Malaysia – LINK
Annona muricata (soursop)
Oriental Pied Hornbills: fruit_TanTeoSeng_110309_Johor-Malaysia – LINK
Hornbill: fruit_Hornbill-Research-Foundation_Jan-08_Thailand – LINK
Yellow-vented Bulbul: nesting_LenaChow_050808_urban-garden – LINK
Barn Swallow: roost_WuEuHeng-YCWee_Nov.05_roadside – LINK
Tabernaemontana corymbosa (great rosebay)
Yellow-vented Bulbul: fruit_JosephLai_290708_park – LINK
Wrightia religiosa (wild water plum)
Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker: seed-dispersal_AngieNg_270106_urban-garden – LINK
Pink-necked Green Pigeon: nesting_YCWee_061105_urban-garden – LINK
Sunbird: nectar_RiaTan_140311_urban-garden – LINK