More examples of an orange/yellow plumage juxtaposition on a parrot (mutant)

I have written before on:

Parrot plumage: the common orange/yellow juxtaposition


Here is another example I came across recently: a mutant form of the green-cheeked conure (Pyrrhura molinae):


Here is a bird of this species with normal plumage:


And here is another mutant green-cheeked conure (the “suncheek” mutation on the left, with a normal bird on the right); note the juxtaposition of orange and yellow on the plumage of the mutant bird.

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More information on this mutant here.


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