The Banded Fruit-Dove, Ptilinopus cinctus, is a large (38-44 cm in length, 450-570 g in weight) pigeon with white head, neck and upper breast; black back and upperwing grading to grey on rump; black tail with broad grey terminal band; underparts grey, demarcated from white head and neck by broad black band.
Bali, Lesser Sunda Islands and Australia, where it is restricted to the western edge of the Arnhem Land escarpment.
Patches of monsoonal rainforest.
Fruit from forest trees, especially figs.
Lays single egg on open platform of sticks in a forest tree.