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Neophema (grass parrots)

Wikipedia Abstract

The genus Neophema is an Australian genus with six or seven species. They are small, basically dull green parrots differentiated by patches of other colours, and are commonly known as grass parrots. The genus has some sexual dichromatism, with males having brighter hues. There are 6 or 7 species: \n* Blue-winged parrot, Neophema chrysostoma \n* Elegant parrot, Neophema elegans \n* Rock parrot, Neophema petrophila \n* Orange-bellied parrot, Neophema chrysogaster \n* Turquoise parrot, Neophema pulchella \n* Scarlet-chested parrot, Neophema splendida
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Neophema chrysogaster (Orange-bellied Parrot) (Critically Endangered) (Attributes)
Neophema chrysostoma (Blue-winged Parrot) (Attributes)
Neophema elegans (Elegant Parrot) (Attributes)
Neophema petrophila (Rock Parrot) (Attributes)
Neophema pulchella (Turquoise Parrot) (Attributes)
Neophema splendida (Scarlet-chested Parrot) (Attributes)

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