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- Treron chloropterus
28 centimeters in length. Its head, tail, and underparts are bright green, and its head has a grey crown. The legs are red; the bill is thin and grey. The flight feathers and tail are black. The male has a chestnut back. The female has a green back and no orange breast patch.
Rainforest and similar dense wet woodlands.
It builds a nest of sticks in a tree and lays two white eggs. Its flight is fast and direct.
Diet includes the seeds and fruits of a wide variety of plants.
- Birdforum thread mentioning splitting of this species
GSearch checked for 2020 platform.