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Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove Ptilinopus regina

Described by: Swainson (1825)
Alternate common name(s): Rose-crowned Fruit Dove, Pink-capped Fruit-Dove, Pink-crowned Fruit-Dove, Swainson's Fruit-Dove, Red-crowned Fruit-Dove, Red-crowned Pigeon, Rose-crowned Pigeon, Gray-capped Fruit-Dove, Grey-capped Fruit-Dove, Blue-spotted Fruit-Dove, Red-crowned Pigeon, Pink-crowned Pigeon
Old scientific name(s): Ptilinopus ewingi


Dayboro, Queensland, Australia - Dec 28, 2002 © Tom Tarrant  Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia - 2000 © Hans&Judy Beste  Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia - 2000 © Hans&Judy Beste 
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E. Lesser Sundas, s. Moluccas, n. and e. Australia;
Three populations;
(1) Flores, Rote and w. Timor Is. Sawa.
(2) Wetar, Roma, Kisar, Moa and e. Timor Is.
(3) Babar, Tanimbar, Damar, Banda, Kai Is. and Daru Is.
N. and e. Australia:
(4) Nw. Western Australia (Kimberleys) and Northern Territory (Fogg Dam, Darwin Botanical Gardens, East Point Recreational Reserve and Melville Is.).
(5) Queensland (Cape York Peninsula, Julatten, Mount Glorious near Brisbane, Dayboro) to ne. New South Wales s. to Hunter River.
Ranges s. to se. Australia (Victoria) and Tasmania.


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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.


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