Guangpu Gui are highly social, arboreal, omnivores. Highly elusive and acrobatically swift they get their names from their disembodied cries. Males and females are equally colorful yet males sport a spiky head crest and inflatable nostril sacks. While not a familial food source Huohua are hunted mainly by male Gui. Huohua nest in the tree tops in small family groups. Areal hunters they are equipped with two long rods which can administer direct and potent electric shocks to prey items. Its this electric shock that male Gui are after. It is believed that the shock is used as an aphrodisiac of sorts by sexually active males. Once the electric sacks of the Huohua are consumed, low frequency shocks will, for a short period of time, continue to circulate within the Gui, giving it an adrenalin rush.