A tiny bird that is endemic to Taiwan and “was on my want to see list” for the trip. The male has a delightful bright orange coronal stripe which is sometimes displayed and gives it its name (I saw the display twice). Also called the Taiwan Firecrest. Restricted to upper montane forest above 2,000 m ASL. We saw it as a single bird or small flock as part of a mixed foraging party with Taiwan Barwings (Actinodura morrisoniana) and White-whiskered Laughingthrushes (Garrulax morrisonianus). With lots of mist and fast speeds, imaging it was fun.