Renton, K. (). Lilac-crowned Parrot (Amazona finschi), version In Neotropical Birds Online (T. S. Schulenberg, Editor). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca. The lilac-crowned parrot (Amazona finschi) is a parrot endemic to the Pacific slopes of Mexico. Also known as Finsch’s amazon or the lilac-crowned amazon, it is. Lilac-crowned Amazon cm; g. Generally green, paler on underparts, where narrow dark feather edging gives light scaled effect, and yellowish on.
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For the rest, their alimentary ecology is based on fruits especially wild figs, of which they are greedyseeds, soft fruits, nuts, buds of growing leaves and flowers.
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Studies have reported that the lilac-crowned Amazon may sometimes display signs of heat-stress at midday, perhaps explaining why it is less active during this time 9. Both males and females measure about 33 cm, weigh, as an average, g, and have a wingspan of 10,8 cm. Parrots of the world 3rd ed.
Lilac-crowned Amazon Amazona finschi. Hand reared lilac-crowned amazons can be quite friendly in captivity and can learn quite a vocabulary, even though they are not known as talkers. This page was last edited on 6 Novemberat The dark red dot in the fore part of the head is narrower and duller as intensity. Wilson Bulletin4: White marlin Kajikia albida.
In flight, a diagnostic upslurred shrieking note Authentication This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible. Post-fledging survival and development of amazoja Lilac-crowned Parrots. Lilac-crowned parrots are an introduced but relatively finshci species in this area. It may NOT be used within Apps. Other related concepts Amazona [finschi x viridigenalis] hybrid Amazona [dufresniana x finschi] hybrid.
During such time, the male builds up the nest inside the hollows dug by woodpeckers in the trunks of standing fig trees, in the thick forest at high altitudes, even at also 2.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. The wingspan goes from 19,3 to 21,5 cm with an average weight of g. Juvenile lilac-crowned parrots are visually similar to their adult forms except for minor differences. Only subscribers are able to see the bibliography.
Lilac-crowned Parrot Amazona finschiversion 1. Capture for trade is the major threat to wild populations of the Lilac-crowned Parrot, while key breeding and feeding habitat for parrots is being lost through rapid rates of forest conversion along the Pacific coast of Mexico.
The outer feathers of the wings are finsxhi in black, whilst the primary and secondary feathers are tipped with blue and red respectively 6 7.
Lilac-crowned Amazon dinschi The lilac-crowned Amazon feeds mainly on seeds, although it exhibits a high level of flexibility in its diet throughout the varying dry and rainy seasons, in order to make the most of the available food sources. Nest amazkna hole in tree; at Chamela-Cuizmala Biosphere Reserve, W Mexico, in natural cavities of large mature trees, mainly Several hundreds of these amazons may share a common resting area.
A highly social bird, the lilac-crowned Amazon travels in flocks from its roosting sites to forage The female but these data are still to be ascertainedis likely to lay eggs of 3,7 x 2,9 cm of size. Bibliography Only subscribers are able to see the bibliography.
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