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The female sticks her bill deep into their mouths, regurgitating tiny insects mixed with nectar.
The female uses soft plant down tied with spider web and camouflages the outside of the nest with moss, lichen and bark.
Remarkably pugnacious, males guard a territory of flowers in a meadow, actively chasing away all trespassers, including larger birds.