Banded fruit dove

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Banded fruit dove
Ptilinopus cinctus albocinctus by Joseph Wolf.jpg
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Columbiformes
Family: Columbidae
Genus: Ptilinopus
Species: P. cinctus
Binomial name
Ptilinopus cinctus
Temminck, 1810

The banded fruit dove or black-backed fruit dove (Ptilinopus cinctus) is a large (38–44 cm in length, 450-570 g in weight) pigeon with white head, neck and upper breast; black back and upperwing grading to grey on rump; black tail with broad grey terminal band; underparts grey, demarcated from white head.

Distribution[edit]

Bali, and Lesser Sunda Islands.

Habitat[edit]

Patches of monsoonal rainforest.

Food[edit]

Fruit from forest trees, especially figs.

Nesting[edit]

Lays single egg on open platform of sticks in a forest tree.

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