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Blue-crowned Lorikeet

Blue-crowned Lorikeet

Description

19 cm.. of length and a weight of 40 to 55 g..

The Blue-crowned Lorikeet (Vini australis) has a plumage in their great majority color green. The upper part of the head It

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Blue-eared Lory

Eos semilarvata

Description

Is the more small of the gender Eos, with only 24 cm.. length and an approximate weight of 170 gr.

The plumage of the Blue-eared Lory x(Psittacus erithacus) is red

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Blue streaked Lory

Eos reticulata

Description

Approximately 30 cm.. length and a weight between 140 and 170 gr.

Like all species of the genus Eos, the Blue streaked Lory (Eos reticulata), shows a beautiful plumage mainly

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Black-winged Lory

Eos cyanogenia

Description

30 cm.. height and an approximate weight of 120 gr.

The Black-winged Lory (Eos cyanogenia) has a plumage predominantly red.

Adults have a blue patch surrounding the eyes, cover the tops of the ear and

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Brown Lory

Chalcopsitta duivenbodei

Description

31 cm.. length and a weight between 200 and 230 gr.

The bottom of the wings of the Brown Lory (Chalcopsitta duivenbodei) are bright yellow narcissus.

Otras dos características de su plumaje que

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Black Lory

Chalcopsitta atra

Description

32 cm.. height and a weight between 230 and 260 gr.

The Black Lory (Chalcopsitta atra) It is the least colorful member of an otherwise very colorful genre. It´s, in poultry, by what

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Blue eyed Cockatoo

Cacatua ophthalmica

Description:

50 cm. length and a weight between 500 and 580 gr.

The plumage of the Blue eyed Cockatoo (Cacatua ophthalmica) is mostly white. Its crest is yellow, grande y bien redondeada hacia

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Baudin’s Black Cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus Baudinii

Description

50 to 57 cm.. height and weight between 560 and 770 g.

The Baudin’s Black Cockatoo (Zanda baudinii) is almost entirely of black, with whitish margins in the

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Anatomy of the Psitacidae


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Species of the genus Zanda

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