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Esto es mi papillera Pyrrhura perlata nació

Esto es mi papillera Pyrrhura perlata nació

Mis papilleros esta aqui http://lorolandia.jimdo.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3n0eeqZ9mU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyLId0jzJlY&list=UUrbOYoos3v0juASO0adbj3A
Los primeros informes sobre la fecha de Pyrrhura perlata de todo 1928 en el zoológico de Londres. Un número de otros zoológicos también fueron capaces de obtener un par en los años cincuenta. Más tarde, después de la Exposición Universal de Rotterdam, donde el famoso futbolista Pélé participó con sus pájaros, esta especie se hizo más conocido e incluso popular. Fueron importados Sólo un número limitado de cotorras-carmesí vientre en América y Europa, probablemente porque estas especies habitan en una zona muy aislada y vasto. El zoológico de Rotterdam, Tenerife, y algunos criadores suizos sin embargo, han hecho todo lo posible con el fin de obtener un número suficiente de crías de las aves ya los importados. Como resultado, las aves de esta especie están ahora disponibles para los criadores y aficionados. Su precio extremadamente alto antes de 1997, en consecuencia se ha reducido espectacularmente. Ahora casi todo el mundo es capaz de criar estas aves fantásticas!
Perlatas Pyrrhuras son probablemente los más Pyrrhuras colores brillantes. Ellos atraen inmediatamente la atención en una colección de aves. De acuerdo con informes de que comiencen melancólico en la primavera temprana. Los polluelos se parecen a sus padres pero aún no muestran la profunda hermosa coloración roja en el pecho y el vientre. Ellos son de color verdoso con plumas rojas aquí y allá. Después de su primer período de muda se convierten en la viva imagen de sus padres.
http://users.telenet.be/andre.bastiaens/EngP-Rhodogaster.html
http://www.pamperedpeeps.com/crimsonbellies.htm

green-cheeked parakeet

green-cheeked parakeet

The green-cheeked parakeet or green-cheeked conure Pyrrhura molinae is a small parrot of the genus Pyrrhura, which is part of a long-tailed group of the New World parrot subfamily Arinae. This type of parrot is generally called a conure in aviculture. It is native to the forests of South America.

Description
The green-cheeked parakeet is typically 26 cm (10 in) long and weighs 60 to 80 g. It is mainly green, with a brown/black/grey crown, white periophthalmic rings, green cheeks, blue primary wing feathers, a grey beak, and its long pointed tail is mostly maroon. It has short transverse striations on its breast and a red abdominal area. Males and females have an identical external appearance.

Distribution and habitat
The green-cheeked parakeet occurs in west-central and southern Mato Grosso, Brazil, northern and eastern Bolivia, northwestern Argentina, and western Paraguay. Its habitat is forests and woodland, where it usually forms flocks of 10 to 20 individuals at treetop level, or larger flocks where there is more food. It is also emerging as a popular pet for families and individuals.

Diet and Behavior
The green-cheeked conure eats various seeds, vegetables and fruits. The average clutch is 4–6 eggs. Average incubation is 25 days, varying from 22 to 25 days. They are the quietest of the conures and can learn tricks and have a limited vocabulary, with extensive training.

Green-cheeked parrots are common in aviculture and are popular companion parrots. They are playful, affectionate and intelligent, known as having a “big personality in a small body”. They can learn to talk, albeit with a limited vocabulary and a gravelly voice. They like to be held (although some like it more than others) and can learn tricks such as lying on their backs, kissing, shaking, hanging upside down and even can be potty trained. Green-cheeked parrots are not very loud at most times, so even an apartment dweller can enjoy their companionship. They can be prone to biting, particularly when young, but an owner can cure this behavior with patience and time.

catalán: Cotorra de Molina
checo: Papoušek zelenolící
danés: Grønkindet Conure
alemán: Molina Sittich, Molinasittich, Molina-Sittich
inglés: Green cheeked Parakeet, Green-cheeked Conure, Green-cheeked Parakeet, Yellow-sided Conure
English (IOC): Green-cheeked Parakeet
español: Chiripepé cabeza parda, Chiripepé de cabeza gris, Cotorra de Molina, Perico Amarillo, Perico Verde
Spanish (Argentine): Chiripepé cabeza parda
Spanish (Spain): Cotorra de Molina
Spanish (HBW): Green-cheeked Parakeet
Spanish (Paraguay): Chiripepé cabeza parda
estonio: rohepõsk-võrkpapagoi
finés: Matogrossonaratti, siniposkiaratti, viherposkiaratti
francés: Conure de Molina, Perriche de Molina, Perruche de Molina
guaraní: Chiripepe
húngaro: zöldarcú vörösfarkú papagáj
italiano: Conuro guanceverdi, Parrocchetto guanceverdi
japonés: hinomaruurokoinko, hoomidoriurokoinko
japonés: ホオミドリウロコインコ
latín: Conurus molinae, Pyrrhura hypoxantha, Pyrrhura molinae, Pyrrhura molinae molinae
lituano: Žaliaskruostė raudonuodegė papūga
holandés: Groenwangparkiet
noruego: Grønnkinnet conure, Grønnkinnparakitt
polaco: rudosterka zielonolica, Rudosterka zielonowolica
portugués: cara-suja, tiriba-de-cara-suja, tiriba-de-cauda-vermelha
portugués (Brasil): cara-suja, Tiriba-de-cara-suja, tiriba-de-cauda-vermelha
Portuguese (Portugal): Tiriba-de-faces-sujas
ruso: Зеленощёкий краснохвостый попугай
eslovaco: klinochvost zelenolíci
serbio: Molinin pirura papagaj
sueco: Grönkindad conur, Grönkindad parakit
ucraniano: Котора зеленощокий
chino: 绿颊鹦哥
Chinese (Traditional): 綠頰鸚哥

My Pet Pyrrhura Baby parrot – Green-cheeked parakeet

My Pet Pyrrhura Baby parrot – Green-cheeked parakeet

We have bought a parrot named Roma from a breeder. We contacted by viber and saw that the parrot is really hand and funny. The breeder fed Roma himself from 8 days of age. We have received it by train in a box.
Roma is a very cute, contact, does not scream and does not bite. After an hour of play, he can fall asleep on my neck, huddled in the collar of the robe.
The pyrrhura parrot has a nice, quiet voice. Roma quietly chirps, sometimes whistles a melody. He has sharp claws, he clings tightly to the clothes and scratches the hands a little.
A parrot is bathing in a sink in the kitchen.
At the time the parrot appeared, we already had two doves.
Roma is a very active chick, he is 3 months old. Despite its size and age, the parrot attacks the doves, which are older than him and larger in size!
The pyrrhura parrot has an interesting feature! He craps at the corner of the cage. When he walks around the apartment, he craps on the floor, not on the person or on the table where he eats. Roma likes to eat apples, cottage cheese and seeds.

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