ABOVE: Pen-tailed Treeshrew Ptilocercus lowii  feeding on the alcoholic nectar of Eugeissona insignis palm flowers  at Matang near Kuching, Sarawak. Illustration by Karen Phillipps.

Wiens et al (2008) Chronic intake of fermented floral nectar by treeshrews

Illustration by  Joseph Wolf (1820 – 1899) of the type specimen of Ptilocercus lowii collected in Rajah James Brooke’s bungalow on the bank of the  Sarawak River  at Kuching and named by the zoologist J E Gray in honor of the botanist Hugh Low  – Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1848.