Pink-Billed Parrot Finch
Black–Faced Parrot Finch
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No subs-species are known.
Distributed in the
The Pink-Billed Parrot Finch was found to inhabit the rain forests and forest edges.
Length: 4 inches (10 cm).
The Pink-billed Parrot finch is larger and more robust than its close relative the Peales Parrot Finch. The main body plumage is rich olive green with a black faced. The crown and nape are blue. The rump and the tail coverts are red. Eyes are brown, bill is pinkish flesh color. Sexes are similar.
The Pink-billed Parrot finch has always been
considered a rare species in aviculture. Little information and field
observation have been achieved. It has been reported that the Pink-billed Parrot
finch feeds on small seeds, insects, fruit and wild figs. Breeding is said to
take place throughout the year or between October and January. This very
distinct member of the genus Erythrura was imported into
No mutations are known.
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