Ptilinopus cinctus/alligator [Scanned]

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Subject: Ptilinopus cinctus/alligator [Scanned]
From: "Colin Trainor" <>
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2012 21:04:24 +0800
Hi - There appear to be 2 recordings of Ptilinopus cinctus on Xeno-Canto - one 
from the slopes of Mount Mutis in West Timor, and one (mine) from the remote 
Banda Sea Island of Damar (both Indonesia).

There are no recordings of P. alligator - but presumably it has a similar call 
to the very deep "wuu" call of cinctus.

P. alligator has often been included as a subspecies of cinctus and is 
obviously closely related.

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