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Green-cheeked Conures
Pyrrhura molinae
Sub-species: Pyrrhura molinae restricta

This sub-species is 10 in length. It is found in Bolivia and is mostly green with the forehead, crown and nape ranging from brown to reddish brown. There is a prominent blue collar on the hindneck. The green-cheeks are suffused with blue, while the ear coverts are greyish brown. The throat, sides of the neck and upper breast are light brown, edged with greyish white and tipped with dark brown, creating a barred look. There is a patchy maroon area on the abdomen and the primaries are deep blue. The tail feathers are green near the top turning maroon with a blue tip. There is a blue tinge on the flanks and under tail coverts. Beak and legs are dark grey.


Pyrrhura molinae
Cinnamon (sex-linked)

Pyrrhura molinae
Cinnamon Yellow-sided (sex linked and ?)

Pyrrhura molinae
Blue mutation (recessive)

Pyrrhura molinae
Yellow-sided mutation(undetermined inheritence)

Pyrrhura molinae
Pastelgrey mutation

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