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Imperial Pigeons
   
   

Fig 1 : Mountain Imperial Pigeon
 

Fig 2 : Mountain Imperial Pigeon
 
Fig 3 : Green Imperial Pigeon
 

Fig 4 : Pied Imperial Pigeon
 

Fig 5 : Silver-tipped Imperial Pigeon

 

 

 

 

Large-bodied pigeons with relatively long tails. Species occur mainly in Southeast Asia, Australia and islands of the western Pacific. The Mountain Imperial Pigeon is one of the largest, measuring up to 50 cm in length. 

Link: Wikipedia

Examples from Southeast Asia:

Fig 1 :
Mountain Imperial Pigeon
Ducula badia
Location : Fraser's Hill, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat : Lower Montane Forest (elevation 1100m)

Fig 2 :
Mountain Imperial Pigeon
Ducula badia
Location : Fraser's Hill, Peninsular Malaysia
Habitat : Lower Montane Forest (elevation 1000m)

Fig 3 :
Green Imperial Pigeon
Ducula aenea
Location : Komodo Island, Indonesia
Habitat : Open, lowland forest

Fig 4 :
Pied Imperial Pigeon
Ducula bicolor
Location : Neo Tiew, Singapore
Habitat : Secondary scrub with scattered trees.

Fig 5 :
Silver-tipped Imperial Pigeon
Ducula luctuosa
Location : Tangkoko, Sulawesi, Indonesia
Habitat : Open, sparsely wooded country