Fruit Doves are a diverse and colourful genus of fruit-eating, forest-dwelling doves/pigeons from southeast Asia and Australasia. The male is often more colourful than the female. For the Black-naped (Black-headed) Fruit Dove, only the male has a black nape; the female is mostly green. They come from the southern Philippines, Java, Bali and some Malaysian islands.
Above is the male Black-naped Fruit Dove with his black nape, a white head, yellow chin and lower belly and a red vent.
The female, above, is mostly green with black wingtips.
Like Imperial Pigeons, the smaller Fruit Doves digest the fruit but pass the seeds undamaged to disperse and regenerate their food plant.