crimson shining Parrot (Prosopeia splendens)

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General Information

Scarlet-and-green parrot with long tail. Scarlet-crimson head, neck and underparts. Narrow blue collar extends across lower neck. Bright green wings, back and rump. Green flight feathers and tail, strongly suffused with blue. Prosopeia splendens is endemic to Fiji where it occurs naturally on the islands of Kadavu and Ono, and is recently reported to be widespread and common on the former. It is found in forest, agricultural lands and around human habitation both in the lowlands and hills. It is not known whether it is restricted to forest when breeding, but is assumed to be a hole-nester. Pairs and small flocks forage widely for fruit and seeds in the forest canopy and in agricultural gardens.

  • Countries in which the the crimson shining Parrot, Wherever found is known to occur:  Fiji
 
Current Listing Status Summary
Status Date Listed Lead Region Where Listed
Foreign (Headquarters) Wherever found

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Federal Register Documents
Date Citation Page Title
2009-07-14 00:00:00.0 74 FR 33957 33960 90-Day Finding on a Petition to List 14 Parrot Species as Threatened or Endangered
2011-08-09 00:00:00.0 76 FR 49202 49236 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Four Foreign Parrot Species

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