Here they are, the 3 Alcedo kingfishers found in Borneo. These are the fishing kingfishers as compared to the slightly smaller insectivorous Ceyx species.
I find that the Blue-banded Kingfisher A. euryzona is hardest to find, being partial to clean running forest streams which are increasingly harder to come by. The Common Kingfisher A. atthis is not that common either and it prefers the ponds and wet areas around the paddy fields. The Blue-eared Kingfisher A. meninting seems to be seen most often, its high-pitched tseet whistle in flight giving away its presence.
I can’t decide which is my favourite, each of them so wonderful in plumage and habit.