Fruit Doves Fruit Doves are a colourful genus of fruit-eating, forest-dwelling doves from southeast Asia and Australasia. Fruit Doves digest the fruit but pass the seeds undamaged to disperse and regenerate their food plants.

Beautiful Fruit Dove
Beautiful Fruit Dove
The BEAUTIFUL Fruit Dove, Ptilinopus pulchellus, also called the Crimson-capped Fruit Dove and Rose-fronted Pigeon, comes from New Guinea and nearby islands. Both male and female have similar plumage with a pink-crimson crown, white chest, crimson border between chest and yellow-gold belly and green wings/back.
Pink-headed Fruit Dove
Pink-headed Fruit Dove
Pink-headed Fruit Dove
The PINK-HEADED Fruit Dove, Ptilinopus porphyreus, also called the Pink-necked Fruit Dove and Temminck's Fruit Pigeon, is native to the islands of Sumatra, Java and Bali, Indonesia. The male has a rose pink head, darker pink throat/chest, white border then black border lines to grey belly, yellow-gold lower belly/vent and green wings/back. The female is a muted version.
Pink-headed Fruit Dove
Pink-headed Fruit Dove
Pink-headed Fruit Dove
 
Pink-spotted Fruit Dove
Pink-spotted Fruit Dove
Pink-spotted Fruit Dove
The PINK-SPOTTED Fruit Dove, Ptilinopus perlatuscomes from New Guinea and nearby islands.
Both male and female have similar plumage with a yellow-olive head, white collar, orange chest, pale green front, darker green wings/back, white under-tail and pink spots on the wings.
Pink-spotted Fruit Dove
Pink-spotted Fruit Dove
Pink-spotted Fruit Dove