The Mary's Parrot looks similar to the Brehm's Parrots (brehmii), but its head is pale dark olive-brown; the bill much smaller; on average slightly smaller.
The female also looks like the Brehm's Parrots, but the edging to breast feathers paler yellow and narrower; abdomen less yellowish than in nominate form. Her bill is smaller.
The average length is 9 ins (23 cm).
They can be found in the mountains of Huon Peninsula ... CITES II - Endangered Species
Scientific: Psittacella brehmii harterti ... English: Mayr's Parrot ... Dutch: Mayrs Tijgerparkiet ... German: Mayrs Bindensittich ... French: Psittacelle de Hartert
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