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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Psittacidae.


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  • The critically endangered orange-bellied parrot (Neophema chrysogaster) overwinters among the coastal dune vegetation and saltmarshes.

    Naracoorte woodlands 2008

  • Moorland dominated by buttongrass is inhabited by orange-bellied parrot Neophema chrysogaster (R), ground parrot Pezoporus wallicus (E), and the rare broad-toothed rat Mastacomys fuscus.

    Tasmanian Wilderness, Australia 2008

  • Neophema chrysogaster, or the yellow bellied parrot, is one of the many bird species that lives in the Tasmanian Wilderness.

    Tasmanian Wilderness, Australia 2008

  • Over 150 bird species are present, of which 13 are endemic including orange-bellied parrot Neophema chrysogaster (R), one of Australia's rarest and most threatened birds.

    Tasmanian Wilderness, Australia 2008

  • Orange-bellied parrot (Neophema chrysogaster), Australia.

    Tasmanian temperate rain forests 2008

  • A number of species are restricted to this ecoregion, including the critically endangered orange-bellied parrot (Neophema chrysogaster), which returns from its wintering range on mainland Australia to breed in coastal southwest Tasmania.

    Tasmanian temperate rain forests 2008

  • Jung A, Grund C, Muller I, Rautenschlein S (2009) Avian paramyxovirus serotype 3 infection in Neopsephotus, Cyanoramphus, and Neophema species.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Arthur S. Samuel et al. 2010


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