Psephotus multicolor = Psephotellus varius (mulga parrot), Psephotus haematonotus (red-rumped parrot), Nasiterna pusio = Micropsitta pusio (buff-faced pygmy parrot)
a. Psephotus multicolor (Many Colored Parrakeet) // c. Nasiterna pusio
b. Psephotus haematonotus (Red Rumped Parrakeet)
Author Broinowski, Gracius J. (Gracius Joseph Broinowski, 1837 - 1913)
Full title The birds of Australia,
BHL Page URL https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/43624680
a. Psephotus multicolor (Many Colored Parrakeet) = Psephotellus varius (mulga parrot)
The mulga parrot (Psephotellus varius) is endemic to arid scrublands and lightly timbered grasslands in the interior of southern Australia. The male mulga parrot is multicolored, from which the older common name of many-coloured parrot is derived.
Order: Psittaciformes > Family: Psittaculidae > Genus: Psephotellus > Species: Psephotellus varius > Synonyms: Psephotus multicolor; Psephotus varius
b. Psephotus haematonotus (Red Rumped Parrakeet) = - (red-rumped parrot)
The red-rumped parrot (Psephotus haematonotus), also known as the red-backed parrot or grass parrot, is a common bird of south-eastern Australia, particularly in the Murray-Darling Basin. Red-rumped parrots can be found in pairs or flocks in open country with access to water.
Order: Psittaciformes > Family: Psittaculidae > Tribe: Platycercini > Genus: Psephotus > Species: Psephotus haematonotus
c. Nasiterna pusio = Micropsitta pusio (buff-faced pygmy parrot)
The buff-faced pygmy parrot (Micropsitta pusio) is a very small green parrot found in subtropical or tropical moist lowland forest in New Britain and New Guinea. Little-studied as an individual species, it is known mainly for being the world's smallest parrot.
Order: Psittaciformes > Family: Psittaculidae > Genus: Micropsitta > Species: Micropsitta pusio