Blue-rumped Parrot (Psittinus cyanurus) & Kakapo
Captured from a WONDERFUL MULTIMEDIA CD-ROM title,
"Eyewitness Encyclopedia of Nature",
Dorling Kindersley Multimedia, 1995
Dorling Kindersly Multimedia
(reviewed by Univ. of Texsas Library)
For more images captured from the CD-ROM title,
The Blue-rumped Parrot, Psittinus cyanurus, is a parrot found in the very southmost tip of Myanmar, peninsular Thailand, Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra and nearby islands. It is a small parrot (18 cm) and is primarily green with bright red underwing coverts, reddish shoulder patch, and yellowish margins on wing coverts. It is sexually dimorphic. The female has a grey-brown head. The male has a black mantle, red upper mandible, and blue head and rump.