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A Key to the Birds of Australia With Their Geographical Distribution

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A Key to the Birds of Australia With Their Geographical Distribution
Robert W Hall
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6, 7, 9.
518. P. XanthorrhoilS. Gld. , Yellow-vented Parrakeet.
Abdomen red ; forehead and cheeks sharply defined blue ; median wing coverts brownish-olive ; smaller wing coverts blue ; under tail coverts yellow. This species varies very much in colour and size. Hab. : 6, 7, 9.
519. P. Pallescens, Gld.
Variety of P. Xanthorrhous. Upper surface and breast much paler ; the olive patch on median wing coverts yellower. Hab. 7.
520. P. PulcherrimilS, Gld. , Beautiful Parrakeet.
Frontal band red ; ru
...mp turquoise-blue ; median wing coverts with red patch ; back greyish-brown. Hab. : 2, 3.
521. P. Chrysopterygilis, Gld. , Golden-shouldered Parrakeet.
Frontal band pale yellow ; rump turquoise -blue ; median wing coverts with yellow patch. Hab. : 1.
522. P. Dissimilis. Collett.
Nearest to P. Chrysopterygius, but lacks the yellow band across forehead ; lower parts verditer-blue in the male ; rump bluish- green.
Female. Crown and forehead greyish olive -green.
Zool. Soc. Lond. , part iii. , p. 356.


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