Chalcopsitta atra BLACK LORY.
Humid forest edge, savanna.
C. a. insignis has been variously treated as a species or as a race of C. sintillata.
C. a. atra. W Papuan islands of Batanta, Salawati and Misool and w New Guinea in the w
C. a. insignis. Nw New Guinea in the e Vogelkop, Amberpon I., Onin and Bomberai Peninsula.
Chalcopsitta duivenbodei BROWN LORY. Humid forest. Locally in lowlands to 200 m of n New Guinea.
Chalcopsitta sintillata YELLOW-STREAKED LORY. Savanna, humid forest, second growth. Lowlands in Aru Is. and s New Guinea
Chalcopsitta cardinalis CARDINAL LORY. Mangroves, woodland, humid forest.
Bismarck Arch. (New Hanover, Feni,,, Nissan and Lavongai is., and islands in the Tanga, Lihir, Tabor and Duke of York groups); and Solomon Is.
Eos histrio RED-AND-BLUE LORY.
Forest. C Indonesia on Sangihe, Talaud and Nanusa is.
Eos squamata VIOLET-NECKED LORY. Woodland, humid forest edge. C Indonesia on Mayu I., n Moluccas (Morotai, Halmahera, Widi) and w Papuan is. (Gebe, Waigeo, Salawati, Schilpad, Misool).
Eos bornea RED LORY Humid forest. Lowlands and mts. to 1250 m of s Moluccas.
Eos reticulata BLUE-STREAKED LORY. Probably humid forest. Tanimbar Is. Intro. Damar, Kai Is.
Eos cyanogenia BLACK-WINGED LORY. Humid forest edge, woodland. Islands in Geelvink Bay, n New Guinea.
Eos semilarvata BLUE-EARED LORY. Humid forest. Mts. above 1500 m on c Seram, s Moluccas.
Pseudeos fuscata DUSKY LORY.
Humid forest, edge, savanna, woodland, towns. Lowlands to 1800 m
on Salawati, w Papuan is. and New Guinea, incl. Yapen I.
Trichoglossus ornatus ORNATE LORIKEET. Forest edge, woodland, towns. Lowlands and mts. to 1000 m of Sulawesi and nearby islands.
Trichoglossus haematodus RAINBOW LORIKEET. Humid and eucalyptus forest, woodland, swamps, scrub, heath, towns. Lowlands and coastal is. to 1400 m from Lesser Sunda Is., is. in Flores Sea and s Moluccas e through w Papuan, Kai and Aru is., New Guinea, Louisiade Arch., Bismarck Arch. and Solomon Is. to Vanuatu, New Caledonia, and ne,e,s Australia from n Queensland s to Victoria, and w to s S. Australia.
Trichoglossus rubritorquis RED-COLLARED LORIKEET. Humid and eucalyptus forest, woodland, swamps, scrub, heath, towns. Lowlands from ne W. Australia e across n N. Australia to nw Queensland. Intergrades or hybridizes with T. haematodus in the sw Cape York Peninsula of Queensland.
Trichoglossus euteles OLIVE-HEADED
LORIKEET. Forest, woodland. Lowlands and mts. to 2300 m of
e Lesser Sunda Is.
Trichoglossus flavoviridis YELLOW-AND-GREEN LORIKEET. Humid forest. Mts., 500-2000 m of Sulawesi.
Trichoglossus johnstoniae MINDANAO LORIKEET. Humid forest. Mts., 1000-2500 m, of s Philippines.
Trichoglossus rubiginosus POHNPEI LORIKEET. Coconut palms, forest, woodland. E Caroline Is.
Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus SCALY-BREASTED LORIKEET. Eucalyptus forest, woodland. Lowlands of coastal e Australia and coastal is. from nw Queensland s to New S. Wales.
Psitteuteles versicolor VARIED LORIKEET.
Eucalyptus and paperbark woodland, savanna, especially near water.
Lowlands from ne W. Australia e through N. Australia to n Queensland.
Psitteuteles iris IRIS LORIKEET. Lowlands to 1500 m of c Lesser Sunda Is. on Timor and Wetar.
Psitteuteles goldiei Goldie's Lorikeet. Humid forest, eucalyptus woodland. Mts., 1400-2800 m, of New Guinea. Ranges to sea level.
Lorius garrulus CHATTERING LORY. Humid forest, edge, coconut palms. Coastal lowlands of n Moluccas.
Lorius domicella PURPLE-NAPED LORY. Humid forest. Mts., 500-700 m, of s Moluccas.
Lorius lory BLACK-CAPPED LORY.
Humid forest, edge. Lowlands and mts. to 1750 m in w Papuan is. and
Lorius hypoinochrous PURPLE-BELLIED LORY. Humid forest, second growth, coconut palms, towns. Lowlands in se New Guinea, Louisiade Arch., Bismarck Arch., D'Entrecasteaux Arch., Trobriand and Woodlark is.
Lorius albidinuchus WHITE-NAPED LORY. Forest. Mts., 500-2000 m on s New Ireland in the ec Bismarck Arch.
Lorius chlorocercus YELLOW-BIBBED LORY. Humid forest, edge, second growth, woodland. E Solomon Is. on Savo, Guadalcanal, Malaita, Ugi, San Cristobal and Rennell islands.
Phigys solitarius COLLARED LORY.
Humid forest, edge, second growth, woodland. Fiji.
Vini australis BLUE-CROWNED LORIKEET. Woodland, coconut palms. Wallis and Futuna, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji and Niue islands in sc Polynesia.
Vini kuhlii KUHL'S LORIKEET. Coconut palms. E Tubuai Is. on Rimatara.
Vini stepheni STEPHEN'S LORIKEET. Forest edge. Henderson I.
Vini peruviana BLUE LORIKEET. Coconut palms. W Tuamotu on Cook and Society is.; extirpated Tahiti.
Vini ultramarina ULTRAMARINE LORIKEET.
Coconut palms. Cw Marquesas on Nuku Hiva, Ua Pu.
Glossopsitta concinna MUSK LORIKEET. Eucalyptus forest, dry forest, riverine woodland. Lowlands from s Queensland s to Victoria and Tasmania, and w to s S. Australia.
Glossopsitta pusilla LITTLE LORIKEET. Forest, woodland, riverine forest. Coastal from s Queensland s to Victoria, and w to s S. Australia. Ranges to Kangaroo I. and Tasmania.
Glossopsitta porphyrocephala PURPLE-CROWNED LORIKEET. Forest, riverine woodland, mallee. Lowlands from sw W. Australia e through s S. Australia and Victoria to s New S. Wales.
Charmosyna palmarum PALM LORIKEET.
Forest, woodland. Vanuatu, Banks Is., Duff Is. and Santa Cruz is.
Charmosyna rubrigularis RED-CHINNED LORIKEET. Humid forest. Lowlands to 1500 m on Karkar I. off ne New Guinea, and on New Hanover, New Ireland and New Britain in the Bismarck Arch. Occurs above C. placentis.
Charmosyna meeki MEEK'S LORIKEET. Humid forest. Mts. of Bougainville, New Georgia, Malaita and Guadalcanal in the Solomon Is.
Charmosyna toxopei BLUE-FRONTED LORIKEET. Forest. Hills, 950-1000 m of Buru I., s Moluccas.
Charmosyna multistriata STRIATED
LORIKEET. Forest. Mts., 200-1800 m, of w New Guinea.
Charmosyna wilhelminae PYGMY LORIKEET. Humid forest. Mts., 500-2200 m, of New Guinea.
Charmosyna rubronotata RED-FRONTED LORIKEET. Humid forest. Lowlands to 850 m in w Papuan is. on Salawati, and nw New Guinea e to Ramu R.; Biak I.
Charmosyna placentis RED-FLANKED LORIKEET. Humid forest, savanna. Lowlands in Moluccas e through Watubela, Kai, Aru and w Papuan is. to New Guinea inc. Biak and Woodlark is., Bismarck Arch. and Solomon Is. of Buka, Bougainville and Fead.
Charmosyna diadema NEW CALEDONIAN
LORIKEET. Forest. New Caledonia. Probably extinct.
Charmosyna amabilis RED-throated Lorikeet. Humid forest. Mts. of Fiji.
Charmosyna margarethae DUCHESS LORIKEET. Forest, woodland. Lowlands to 1350 m of Solomon Is.
Charmosyna pulchella FAIRY LORIKEET. Forest. Mts., 800-2100 m, of New Guinea from Vogelkop e to Huon Pen. and se ranges. Ranges down at least to 200 m.
Charmosyna josefinae JOSEPHINE'S LORIKEET. Forest, edge. Mts., 750-2200 m, of w,c New Guinea from Vogelkop e to Snow Mts. and Sepik region. Ranges to lowlands.
Charmosyna papou PAPUAN LORIKEET.
Forest. Mts., 1450-3000 m, of New Guinea from Vogelkop e to Huon
Pen. and se ranges.
Oreopsittacus arfaki PLUM-FACED LORIKEET. Humid forest. Mts., 2000-3000 m, of New Guinea.
Neopsittacus musschenbroekii YELLOW-BILLED LORIKEET. Forest. Mts., 1100-3000 m, of New Guinea.
Neopsittacus pullicauda ORANGE-BILLED LORIKEET. Forest. Mts., 2100-3800 m, of c,e New Guinea.
Probosciger aterrimus PALM COCKATOO. Forest, dense savanna woodland, eucalyptus and paperbark woodland. Lowlands to 1300 m in Aru and w Papuan is., New Guinea and extreme ne Australia.
Calyptorhynchus baudinii WHITE-TAILED
BLACK-COCKATOO. Heavy forest, woodland. Coastal sw Australia.
Calyptorhynchus latirostris SLENDER-BILLED BLACK-COCKATOO. Woodland, scrub. Sw Australia. Sometimes treated as a subspecies of C. baudinii or of C. funereus.
Calyptorhynchus funereus YELLOW-TAILED BLACK-COCKATOO. Humid forest, eucalyptus forest, woodland, coastal heath. From s Queensland s to ne Victoria; in s S. Australia.
Calyptorhynchus banksii RED-TAILED BLACK-COCKATOO. Open forest, woodland, scrub, riverine forest. Locally distributed in Australia, with isolated populations in s W. Australia, c N. Terr., w Victoria and se S. Australia.
Calyptorhynchus lathami GLOSSY BLACK-COCKATOO.
Coastal forest and woodland, riverine forest, usually associated with casuarinas.
From c coastal and se Queensland s through e New S. Wales to se,sw Victoria
and on Kangaroo I. off se S. Australia. Schodde, et al. (1993. Emu
93:156-166) note that the populations of central east coastal Queensland
and on Kangaroo Island are morphologically separable from the populations
through se Australia. Both are recognized as subspecies, of which
the central eastern Queensland population is described as a new subspecies,
C. l. erebus Schodde and Mason.
The Kangaroo Island form is C. l. halmaturinus and the se Australian population is C. l. lathami.
Callocephalon fimbriatum GANG-GANG COCKATOO. Forest, woodland. Lowlands and mts. to 2000 m in New S. Wales, Victoria and se S. Australia.
Eolophus roseicapillus GALAH.
Open country with scattered trees, riverine woodland. Australia.
Cacatua leadbeateri PINK COCKATOO. Grasslands, scrub, mulga, riverine forest, mallee. Int.,s coastal Australia n to c,ne W. Australia and c N. Terr., and e to sw Queensland and w New S. Wales.
Cacatua sulphurea YELLOW-CRESTED COCKATOO. Forest edge, woodland, farmlands, coconut palms. Lowlands to 1200 m in Sulawesi, is. in Java Sea and Lesser Sunda Is.
Cacatua galerita SULPHUR-CRESTED COCKATOO. Forest, savanna, swamp, palm and eucalyptus forest, mangroves, farmlands. Lowlands to 1450 m in Kai and Aru is., New Guinea, and n,e,se Australia from ne W. Australia e to Queensland, s to Victoria and Tasmania, and w to se S. Australia.
Cacatua ophthalmica BLUE-EYED COCKATOO.
Forest. Lowlands to 1000 m of New Britain in the Bismarck Arch.
Cacatua moluccensis SALMON-CRESTED COCKATOO. Forest, woodland. S Moluccas.
Cacatua alba WHITE COCKATOO. Forest. C,n Moluccas on Obi, Bacan, Halmahera, Ternate, Tidore.
Cacatua haematuropygia PHILIPPINE COCKATOO. Forest, edge, second growth, farmlands. Philippines including Palawan.
Cacatua goffini TANIMBAR COCKATOO. Forest, woodland, scattered trees. Coastal lowlands of Tanimbar Is. Intro. on Tual I. in the Kai Is.
Cacatua sanguinea LITTLE COCKATOO. Riverine woodland, savanna, mulga, mallee, farmlands. Sw,w,n,int. from W. Australia e through n N. Terr. to n Queensland, and s through e Australia to e,se S. Australia and Victoria.
Cacatua pastinator WESTERN CORELLA.
Woodland, mulga, mallee, farmlands. Sw W. Australia. May be
conspecific with sanguinea, but seems to be sympatric with it; pastinator
may be more closely related to tenuirostris. The relationships among
the corellas are unclear and they have been treated differently by different
Cacatua tenuirostris LONG-BILLED CORELLA. Open forest, woodland, riverine forest, farmlands. In extreme se S. Australia, Victoria and sw New S. Wales.
Cacatua ducorpsii DUCORPS'S COCKATOO. Forest, second growth woodland, towns. E Solomon Is. from Bougainville to Malaita and Guadalcanal.
Nymphicus hollandicus COCKATIEL. Open woodland, scrub, riverine forest, spinifex, farmlands. Australia, except coastal w,n,e.
Nestor notabilis KEA. Forest
edge, alpine scrub, around human habitation. Mts. above 1250 of New
Zealand on the S. Island from Nelson and Marlborough s to Fiordland.
*Nestor productus NORFOLK ISLAND KAKA. Trees, rocky areas. Extinct. Norfolk and Philip is.
Nestor meridionalis NEW ZEALAND KAKA. Native forest. New Zealand; formerly Chatham Is.
Micropsitta keiensis YELLOW-CAPPED PYGMY-PARROT. Forest. Lowlands in Kai, Aru and w Papuan is., and w,sc New Guinea.
Micropsitta geelvinkiana GEELVINK PYGMY-PARROT. Forest, second growth. Is. of w New Guinea in Geelvink Bay (Numfor, Biak).
Micropsitta pusio BUFF-FACED PYGMY-PARROT.
Forest, second growth. Lowlands to 850 m in n,se New Guinea, Manam
and Karkar is., D'Entrecasteaux Arch., Louisiade Arch. and Bismarck Arch.
Micropsitta meeki MEEK'S PYGMY-PARROT. Forest, second growth. Admiralty, St. Matthias (or Mussau) and Squally (or Emirau) islands in the Bismarck Arch.
Micropsitta finschii FINSCH'S PYGMY-PARROT. Forest, second growth. Lowlands to 750 m in the Bismarck Arch. on New Hanover, New Ireland, Tabar and Lihir islands, and Solomon Is. from Bougainville to San Cristobal.
Micropsitta bruijnii RED-BREASTED PYGMY-PARROT. Forest. Mts., 1000-2300 m, in s Moluccas (Buru, Seram), New Guinea, Bismarck Arch. (New Britain, New Ireland) and Solomon Is. (Bougainville, Guadalcanal, Kulambangra). Ranges to lower elevations.
Cyclopsitta gulielmitertii ORANGE-BREASTED
FIG-PARROT. Forest, savanna. Lowlands to 800 m in Aru Is.,
w Papuan Is. (Salawati) and New Guinea.
Cyclopsitta diophthalma DOUBLE-EYED FIG-PARROT. Humid forest, second growth, riverine forest, farmlands. Locally from lowlands to 1600 m in Aru and w Papuan is., New Guinea, D'Entrecasteaux Arch., Louisiade Arch., and of three lowland areas of ne Australia in ne Queensland; in se Queensland and ne New S. Wales.
Psittaculirostris desmarestii LARGE FIG-PARROT. Forest, savanna. Lowlands to 1500 m in w Papuan is. (Salawati, Batanta, Misool) and w,s New Guinea.
Psittaculirostris edwardsii EDWARDS'S
FIG-PARROT. Humid forest, towns. Lowlands to 800 m of ne New
Psittaculirostris salvadorii SALVADORI'S FIG-PARROT. Forest. Coastal lowlands to 400 m of n New Guinea.
Bolbopsittacus lunulatus GUAIABERO. Open woodland, forest edge, savanna, farmlands. Lowlands of Philippine Is. on Luzon, Samar, Leyte, Panaon, Mindanao.
Psittinus cyanurus BLUE-RUMPED PARROT. Forest, woodland, orchards, mangroves. Lowlands in Malay Pen., Sumatra and nearby islands, and Borneo.
Psittacella brehmii BREHM'S TIGER-PARROT. Grassland, shrubs, podocarp-beech forest. Mts., 1150-2800 m, of New Guinea.
Psittacella picta PAINTED TIGER-PARROT.
Forest, edge. Mts., 2500-4000 m, of c,e New Guinea.
Psittacella modesta MODEST TIGER-PARROT. Forest. Mts., 1700-2800 m, of w,c New Guinea.
Psittacella madaraszi MADARASZ'S TIGER-PARROT. Forest, especially Nothofagus. Mts., 1200-2500 m, of c,e New Guinea.
Geoffroyus geoffroyi RED-CHEEKED PARROT. Forest, savanna woodland, mangroves, farmlands. Lowlands to 1400 m in Lesser Sunda Is., Moluccas, Tanimbar, Kai and Aru is., New Guinea, D'Entrecasteaux Arch., Louisiade Arch. on Fergusson and Normanby is., and ne Australia in ne Queensland.
Geoffroyus simplex BLUE-COLLARED
PARROT. Humid forest, second growth. Mts., 800-2300 m, of New
Geoffroyus heteroclitus SINGING PARROT. Forest, second growth. Lowlands to 500 m in Bismarck Arch. on Umboi, New Ireland and New Britain; Lihir Is. and Solomon Is.
Prioniturus montanus MONTANE RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest. Mts., 850-1700 m, of Luzon I., n Philippines.
Prioniturus waterstradti MINDANAO RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest. Mts. above 1000 m of Mindanao, s Philippines.
Prioniturus platenae BLUE-HEADED RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest. Lowlands of cw Philippines on Palawan, Balabac and Calamian Is.
Prioniturus luconensis GREEN RACQUET-TAIL.
Humid forest. N Philippines on Luzon and Marinduque.
Prioniturus discurus BLUE-CROWNED RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest. Lowlands and mts. to 1750 m of Philippines incl. Jolo in the Sulu Arch., but absent from Palawan, Balabac and Calamian Is.
Prioniturus verticalis BLUE-WINGED RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest. Sw Philippines in Sulu Arch.
Prioniturus flavicans YELLOW-BREASTED RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest, edge. Lowlands to 1000 m of n Sulawesi.
Prioniturus platurus GOLDEN-MANTLED
RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest, edge, woodland, orchards. Lowlands
to 1000 m in Sulawesi and Sula, Sangihe and Talaud is.
Prioniturus mada BURU RACQUET-TAIL. Humid forest. Mts. above 1000 m of Buru, s Moluccas.
Tanygnathus megalorynchos GREAT-BILLED PARROT. Forest edge, second growth, farmlands. In n Sulawesi, Lesser Sunda Is., Talaud and Sangihe is., Moluccas, Tanimbar and w Papuan is., and on small islets off w New Guinea.
Tanygnathus lucionensis BLUE-NAPED PARROT. Forest, second growth, farmlands. Philippines, including Palawan and Sulu Arch; is. off n Borneo and Talaud is. off ne Sulawesi.
Tanygnathus sumatranus AZURE-RUMPED
PARROT or BLUE-BACKED PARROT. Forest. Lowlands to 500 m in
Philippines (Luzon, Polillo Is., Samar, Leyte, Panay, Negros, Mindanao,
Sulu Arch.), and Sulawesi, incl. small islands.
Tanygnathus gramineus BLACK-LORED PARROT. Forest. Mts. above 700 m of Buru, s Moluccas.
Known from three specimens.
Eclectus roratus ECLECTUS PARROT. Forest, second growth, savanna, eucalyptus woodland. Lowlands to 1700 m in Lesser Sunda Is., Admiralty Is., Bismarck Arch., Solomon Is., and ne Australia in ne Queensland on Cape York Pen. from Pascoe R. s to Massy Creek.
Intro. on Seram Laut Is. and Palau.
Psittrichas fulgidus PESQUET'S PARROT.
Humid forest. Mts., 1000-2000 m, of New Guinea.
Prosopeia splendens CRIMSON SHINING-PARROT. Forest, farmlands, towns. Lowlands and hills of Fiji on Viti Levu and Kadavu.
Prosopeia personata MASKED SHINING-PARROT. Forest, farmlands, towns. Lowlands and hills of Fiji on Viti Levu, formerly on Ovalau.
Prosopeia tabuensis RED SHINING-PARROT. Forest, second growth, farmlands, towns. Lowlands and hills of Fiji on Vanua Levu, Kioa, Koro, Taveuni, Qamea, Kadavu. Intro. on Gau, Tonga, Eua.
Alisterus scapularis AUSTRALIAN KING-PARROT.
Forest, eucalyptus woodland, scrub, second growth, farmlands, orchards,
towns. Coastal e Australia from n Queensland s to s Victoria.
Alisterus amboinensis MOLUCCAN KING-PARROT. Humid forest. Lowlands and mts. to 1450 m in Peleng, Sula Is., Moluccas, w Papuan is. and w New Guinea.
Alisterus chloropterus PAPUAN KING-PARROT. Humid forest. Lowlands and mts. to 2800 m of New Guinea.
Aprosmictus jonquillaceus OLIVE-SHOULDERED PARROT. Woodland, second growth. Lowlands and mts. to 2600 m of Lesser Sunda Is. of Roti, Timor, Wetar.
Aprosmictus erythropterus RED-WINGED
PARROT. Forest edge, woodland (especially eucalyptus and Melaleuca),
riverine forest, acacia scrub, savanna, mangroves, farmlands. Coastal
s New Guinea and n,int. e Australia from n W. Australia e across N. Australia
to Queensland and s to ne S. Australia and c New S. Wales.
Polytelis swainsonii SUPERB PARROT. Riverine eucalyptus forest, woodland, towns. Interior se Australia (New South Wales) in two isolated populations: from Hay to Canberra region along Murrumbidgee R. s to extreme n Victoria and n to Lachlan R.; from lower Lachlan R. e along Murray R. to Albury area.
Polytelis anthopeplus REGENT PARROT.
Schodde (1993. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 113:44-47)
described P. a. monarchoides.
The two subspecies are widely allopatric and differ morphologically; they may be separate species.
P. a. anthopeplus. Wheat-belt farmlands, scrub woods. Sw W. Australia n to Geraldton and e to Israelite Bay.
P. a. monarchoides. Fringing mallee woodlands. Central Murray River in inland se Australia, e to Balranald and Swan Hill (formerly Echuca), s to Wyperfeld and Jeparit (formerly s Wimmera and Bordertown), w to Karoonda and Waikerie (formerly Keith, Murray Bridge and Mt. Mary Plains), n to Gluepot, Canopus, Pooncarie and Arumpo; populations are patchy within this distribution.
Polytelis alexandrae ALEXANDRA'S
PARROT. Dry riverine eucalyptus woodland, acacia scrub, spinifex,
mulga. Interior ec W. Australia, sw N. Terr. and nw S. Australia.
Purpureicephalus spurius RED-CAPPED PARROT. Eucalyptus forest, woodland, riverine woodland, orchards, towns. Lowlands of sw Australia.
Platycercus zonarius PORT LINCOLN RINGNECK. Humid coastal forest, woodland, mallee, mulga, desert scrub, farmlands, orchards, towns. W. Australia, wc,s N. Terr. and S. Australia.
Platycercus barnardi MALLEE RINGNECK. Scrub, mallee, mulga, eucalyptus woodland, riverine woodland, towns. Int. in nw Queensland and adjacent ne N. Terr.; in s Queensland, w,c New S. Wales, w Victoria and ne,e S. Australia. Hybridizes with P. zonarius in the Flinders Range of S. Australia and they may be conspecific.
Platycercus caledonicus GREEN ROSELLA.
Humid forest, open woodland, riverine woodland, scrub, farmlands, orchards,
towns. Tasmania, including Flinders, King and Kent is. in Bass Strait.
Platycercus elegans CRIMSON ROSELLA. Humid forest, woodland, scrub, towns. Coastal highlands of ne Australia; coastal se Queensland s to Victoria, and w to se S. Australia to Kangaroo I. P. adelaidae of e S. Australia is probably a hybrid population between elegans and flaveolus
Platycercus flaveolus YELLOW ROSELLA. Riverine forest, woodland, farmlands, towns. Sw,sc New S. Wales, n Victoria and se S. Australia. Mainly along major rivers, tributaries and reservoirs.
Platycercus venustus NORTHERN ROSELLA.
Open woodland, scrub, riverine woodland, mangroves, farmlands, towns.
From nw W. Australia e across n N. Terr. to extreme nw Queensland.
Platycercus adscitus PALE-HEADED ROSELLA. Open woodland, scrub, riverine woodland, lantana thickets, farmlands, orchards. From n Queensland s to ne New S. Wales.
Platycercus eximius EASTERN ROSELLA. Open forest, woodland, riverine forest, farmlands, towns. From se Queensland s through New S. Wales to Victoria, Tasmania, and w to se S. Australia.
Platycercus icterotis WESTERN ROSELLA. Open forest, woodland, riverine forest, farmlands, orchards, towns. Sw W. Australia.
Northiella haematogaster BLUEBONNET. Open woodland, scrub, mulga, acacia woodland, mallee, desert scrub, riverine woodland, farmlands. Se W. Australia, S. Australia, sw,sc Queensland, w,c New S. Wales and n Victoria.
Psephotus haematonotus RED-RUMPED
PARROT. Open woodland, scrub, farmlands, towns. Se Australia
n to s Queensland and w to e S. Australia. The distinctive subspecies
narethae has been found sympatrically with P. h. pallescens, but the individuals
of narethae are said to have been transported to the area.
Psephotus varius MULGA PARROT. Inland scrub, mulga, mallee, riverine woodland. Int. s Australia from s W. Australia e across s N. Terr. to s Queensland and s through se Australia, except coastally.
Psephotus dissimilis HOODED PARROT. Dry open woodland, spinfex, eucalyptus woodland bordering rivers. Nc Australia in N. Terr. from Arnhem Land w to s Alligator R. and s to Mararanka. Sometimes treated as a well-marked race of P. pulcherrimus.
Psephotus chrysopterygius GOLDEN-SHOULDERED
PARROT. Open eucalyptus and paperback woodland, scrub, mangroves.
Extreme ne Australia on Cape York peninsula.
*Psephotus pulcherrimus PARADISE PARROT. Presumably extinct; last record 1927.
Grassy eucalyptus woodland, scrubby grasslands. Formerly in se Queensland and ne New S. Wales.
Cyanoramphus unicolor ANTIPODES PARAKEET. Dense, tall Poa tussocks, open scrub. Antipodes Is. off New Zealand.
Cyanoramphus cookii NORFOLK ISLAND PARAKEET. Forest. Norfolk I. Sometimes treated as a race of C. novaezelandiae.
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae RED-FRONTED
PARAKEET. Forest, scrub, grassy tussocks. New Caledonia, (formerly
on Lord Howe I., now extinct), New Zealand on North, South, Stewart and
Great Barrier islands; Auckland, Kermadec, Chatham and Antipodes is.
Formerly on Macquarie I., now extirpated.
Cyanoramphus auriceps YELLOW-FRONTED PARAKEET. Forest, subalpine scrub. Lowlands and mts. in New Zealand, Auckland Is. and a small population on Little Mangere I. in the Chatham Is. C. malherbi seems to be a color morph of C. auriceps.
*Cyanoramphus zealandicus BLACK-FRONTED PARAKEET. Extinct; formerly Tahiti, se Society Is.
*Cyanoramphus ulietanus RAIATEA PARAKEET.
known from two specimens taken in 1773 on Raiatea I. in the ec Society
Eunymphicus cornutus HORNED PARAKEET. Humid forest. New Caledonia and Ouvéa I. in the nw Loyalty Is.
Neopsephotus bourkii BOURKE'S PARROT. Acacia scrub, mulga, eucalyptus woodland. Locally from wc,c W. Australia e across s N. Terr. and n S. Australia to s Queensland and nw New S. Wales.
Neophema chrysostoma BLUE-WINGED PARROT. Open woodland, forest, heath, coastal scrub, grasslands, mallee, mulga, edges of swamps, farmlands, orchards. Coastal se S. Australia and s Victoria, including Tasmania.
Neophema elegans ELEGANT PARROT.
Open woodland, scrub, grasslands, mallee, mulga, salt marshes. Disjunctly
in sw W. Australia n to Merridin and e to Esperance; se S. Australia w
to Kangaroo I. and Flinders Range and n to Lake Callabonna. Ranges,
mostly as nomadic flocks, e to w New South Wales and nw Victoria.
Neophema petrophila ROCK PARROT. Rocky islands, sandy areas, coastal scrub, grasslands, swamps. Coastal sw,sc Australia from s W. Australia e to s S. Australia.
Neophema chrysogaster ORANGE-BELLIED PARROT. Open grasslands or bare areas, salt marshes, sandy areas, tidal beaches. Sw Tasmania; formerly bred e New S. Wales, now extirpated.
Neophema pulchella TURQUOISE PARROT.
Open woodland, grasslands, heath, scrub, orchards. From se Queensland
s through e New S. Wales to n Victoria.
Neophema splendida SCARLET-CHESTED PARROT. Mallee, mulga open eucalyptus woodland, scrub, spinifex. In s W. Australia, extreme s N. Terr., S. Australia, and rarely mallee areas of extreme w New S. Wales and extreme nw Victoria.