Tiny hyperactive ping-pong ball of a bird. Unlike any other Bornean white-eye in appearance; note gray-brown upperparts, yellow-washed underparts, pale gray face, pale eyes, and white-speckled “scaly” forehead. Inhabits submontane and hill forests and forest edge, particularly in scrubby growth and stunted vegetation. Forages at middle and upper levels of forest in flocks, often mixed in with other species. Calls are high and squeaky. Also known as Bornean Ibon.