[Mastwatch] Maliau Basin

Siew Te Wong wongsiew at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 22 06:35:37 PDT 2007

Hi All,
Here in Danum valley at eastern Sabah  are experience fruiting as well. So 
far close to 30 spp of dipterocarps, 3 spp of durian, and others. We are 
expecting the peak fruiting soon. The scale of maybe bigger than the 2005 
fruiting but we will see in the near future.
If any of you have also seen bearded pig piglets or juvenile pigs, please 
let me know as well.

Many thanks.


Siew Te Wong, Ph.D. candidate
Wildlife Biology Program
College of Forestry and Conservation
University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812 USA

Danum Valley Field Centre
PO Box 60282
91112 Lahad Datu
Sabah, Malaysia
email: wongsiew at hotmail.com

h/p: +60-12-817 1012

May all beings be happy, joyful, well, & at safety & peace!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Cam Webb" <cwebb at oeb.harvard.edu>
To: <mastwatch at lists.phylodiversity.net>
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2007 10:44 AM
Subject: [Mastwatch] Maliau Basin

> Hi Mastwatchers,
> I'm at the Maliau Basin at the moment in South-central Sabah, and there is
> a huge mast going on.  We are probably about a week away from peak
> fruitfall.  All dipts (ca. 20 spp seen so far), Durio (3 spp), Nephelium,
> Castanopsis, Alangium, Koompassia ... We've been up to 1000 m, and if
> anything the mast is even more pronounced at 500-900 m, with ca. 50% of
> all big crowns brown or red with fruit (seen from above).  Seems fairly
> local, with nothing happening in Lambir, although Colin Maycock said there
> were a few dipt species fruiting at Sepilok, and we picked up some forest
> durians at a roadside stall on the way up to Gn. Kinabalu.
> Best,
> Cam
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