common bronzewing (Phaps chalcoptera), flock bronzewing (Phaps histrionica)
PHAPS CHALCOPTERA - Bronze Wing
PHAPS HISTRIONICA - Harlequin Bronze Wing
Author Diggles, Silvester.; Gould, John
Full title Companion to Gould's Handbook; or, Synopsis of the birds of Australia. Containing nearly one-third of the whole, or about 220 examples, for the most part from the original drawings.
The common bronzewing (Phaps chalcoptera) is a species of medium-sized, heavily built pigeon. Native to Australia and one of the country's most common pigeons, the common bronzewing is able to live in almost any habitat, with the possible exception of very barren areas and dense rainforests.
The flock bronzewing (Phaps histrionica), also known as the flock pigeon, harlequin bronzewing and the harlequin pigeon is a species of pigeon in the family Columbidae. It is endemic to drier parts of Australia.