French: Lori réticulé German: Strichellori Spanish: Lori de las Tanimbar
S. Müller, 1841,
31 cm. Similar to E. cyanogenia but broad blue stripe back from eye joins blue-streaked mantle; wing-coverts are red heavily edged black, primaries almost all black... read more
In flight, a shrill “kreet!” or “kchi-reet!”. When perched, repertoire more extensive including a... read more
Primary forest inland, but apparently commoner in coastal secondary forest, plantations and... read more
Food and feeding
No information; visits coconut plantations and sago palms.
No information from wild. In captivity: two eggs; nestling period lasting as long as 12 weeks.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. CITES II. Currently considered Near Threatened. A BirdLife “restricted-range” species. Locally abundant, especially along coast, but... read more
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