The Plum-faced Lorikeet is a mainly green small parrot about 15 cm long with a long pointed tail. It has two white stripes under each eye. It has a narrow pointed black bill and dark-brown irises. The adult male as a red forehead and the adult female has a green forehead.
The Plum-faced Lorikeet is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.
The Plum-faced Lorikeet is a mainly green small parrot about 15 cm (6 in) long with a long pointed tail. It has two white stripes under each eye. It has a narrow pointed black bill and dark-brown irises. The adult male as a red forehead and the adult female has a green forehead. More
Also Known As: Plum-faced Lorikeet, Plum-faced Mountain Lory * Members Only * Wild Status * Care * Profile whiskered_lorikeet_01 Whiskered or Plum-faced Lorikeet perching, Baliem Valley Credit: © Mehd Halaouate | http://www.indonesien. More
English: Plum faced Lorikeet, Plum-faced Lorikeet, Plum-faced Mountain Lory, Plum-faced Mountain-Lory, Whiskered Lorikeet Spanish: Lori Bigotudo, Lori de Bigotes Estonian: pisi-nestepapagoi Finnish: Viiksilurikki French: Lori bridé Indonesian: Perkici Arfak Italian: Lorichetto facciaprugna, Lorichetto guanceviola Japanese: yamamusumeinko Japanese: ヤマムスメインコ Latin: Oreopsittacus arfaki Dutch: Berglori Norwegian: Arfak-lori, Skjegglori Polish: arfakianka Slovak: lori ciernozobý Tai: Wun-din-yunk Avibase has been visited 75402523 More
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Plum-faced Lorikeet The Plum-faced Lorikeet (Oreopsittacus arfaki) is a species of parrot in the Psittacidae family. It is monotypic within the genus Oreopsittacus. It is found in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montanes. See more at Wikipedia.org... More