Adult male is black, with pale grey panel on wings; whitish fringes on belly and vent; orange bill and yellowish legs. Female is olive brown; pale rufous-brown panel on wings Photo taken at Sattal, Uttarakhand, India
Rivina humilis is an erect, vine-like herbaceous plant in the family Petiveriaceae. It was formerly placed in the pokeweed family, Phytolaccaceae. Common names also include pigeonberry, rougeplant, baby peppers, bloodberry, and coralito, and the species is native to the Americas. Widely naturalised in the coastal and sub-coastal districts of eastern Australia (ie: in eastern Queensland and north-eastern NSW). This species is regarded as a significant environmental weed in NSW and Queensland.