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Torresian Imperial-Pigeon Ducula spilorrhoa

Described by: Gray, G. R. (1858)
Alternate common name(s): Torresian Imperial Pigeon, Nutmeg Imperial-Pigeon, Nutmeg Pigeon, Torres Strait Pigeon, Torres Strait Imperial-Pigeon, Australian Pied Imperial-Pigeon, Kimberley Imperial Pigeon, Kimberley Imperial-Pigeon, Yellow-tinted Imperial Pigeon, Yellow-tinted Imperial-Pigeon, Bismarck Imperial Pigeon
Old scientific name(s): Myristicivora spilorrhoa


Supiori, Papua, Indonesia - Sep, 2004 © Mehd Halaouate  Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia - Oct, 2003 © Neil Fifer 
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New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago and n. Australia;
Fragmented island populations;
(1) W. New Guinea along coast from Geelvink Bay to se. end of the island and Aru Is.
(2) S. New Guinea.
(3) Se. New Guinea, n. and ne. Australia (n. Northern Territory (Darwin area) and ne. Queensland (Iron Range National Park, Port Douglas, Cairns, Michaelmas Cay) s. to Mackay area), D'Entrecasteaux Archipelago, Louisiade Archipelago and Lord Howe Is.
(4) N. Western Australia (Kimberley Region).
(5) Bismarck Archipelago including the Admiralty Is.


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


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