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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. The genus formerly had a disjunct distribution, with two species found in the Society Islands and the majority of the genus ranging from New Caledonia to Macquarie Island, but absent from the 4100 km in between. Despite many fossil birds being found in the islands between these two areas being found none of these were of undescribed Cyanoramphus species.
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Species

Cyanoramphus auriceps (Yellow-crowned Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus cookii (Norfolk Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus forbesi (Chatham parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus malherbi (Malherbe's parakeet) (Critically Endangered) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae (Red-fronted Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus saisseti (Red-crowned Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus ulietanus (Raiatea parakeet)
Cyanoramphus unicolor (Antipodes Parakeet) (Attributes)
Cyanoramphus zealandicus (black-fronted parakeet)

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