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Cyanoramphus (Australasian parakeets)

Wikipedia Abstract

Cyanoramphus is a genus of parakeets native to New Zealand and islands of the southern Pacific Ocean. The New Zealand forms are often referred to as kākāriki. They are small to medium-sized parakeets with long tails and predominately green plumage. Most species are forest species, although several of the subantarctic species live in open grassland.
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Cyanoramphus auriceps (Yellow-crowned Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus cookii (Norfolk Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus forbesi (Chatham parakeet) (Endangered)
Cyanoramphus malherbi (Malherbe's parakeet) (Critically Endangered) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae (Red-fronted Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus saisseti (Red-crowned Parakeet)
Cyanoramphus ulietanus (Raiatea parakeet)
Cyanoramphus unicolor (Antipodes Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus zealandicus (black-fronted parakeet)


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