Cyanoramphus auriceps

Cyanoramphus auriceps

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The Ibis

, The Ibis, , 1907.


5. Cyanorhamphus auriceps.
Cyanorhamphus auriceps Grant, Ibis, 1905, p. 580.
No. 146. $ ad. Maungahaumia, 3000 ft., July 21st, 1906.
Total length 10'25 inches. Iris clear reddish gold; point
of upper mandible jet-black, clearly cut off from the basal
half, which is pale cobalt-blue ; lower mandible black ; cere
and nostrils black ; legs and feet dark slaty black ; soles of
the feet dirty slaty yellow ; claws black

Yellow-fronted Parroquets were seen everywhere, out were
particularly plentiful on the birch-ridges. Here they wereWeiterlesen

Feathered Friends Old an New

, "Feathered Friends Old an New", NOTES ON CAGE BIRDS., 1896.

{Lokal: featheredfriends00greerich.pdf}

The golden headed parrakeet of new zealand
THIS pretty little bird, which is about the same size as the Turquoisine, is also a native of our Antipodean Islands, and is even less common than the preceding, for which reason it is of very rare occurrence in this country, so that the chance of acquiring one of them by exchange was immediately taken advantage of.Weiterlesen

Wo Menschen angebetet werden, ist es gut, sich zu entfernen. {Günther Weisenborn}

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