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Blue-red Lori / Eos histrio

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Eos histrio (Statius Muller, 1776)

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The Red-and-blue lory, Eos histrio is an arboreal parrot endemic to Indonesia. It is classed as endangered, as it is hunted for the pet trade and has lost much of its habitat due to habitat destruction. The Red-and-blue Lory is now confined to the Talaud Islands off northern Sulawesi, Indonesia. Further populations, some apparently introduced, disappeared during the 20th century from Sangihe, Siau and Tagulandang. The population is estimated at only 5,000-10,000 birds. It is thought to be in rapid decline. Source: Wikipedia

Detachment:
Psittaciformes
Family:
Psittaculidae
Genus:
Eos

Scientific:
Eos histrio

citation:
(Statius Muller, 1776)

Reference:
Natursyst.Suppl. p.76

Protonim:
Psittacus histrio

Avibase ID:
5B9183E866BDCA6D

Taxonomic Serial Number:
TSN: 554804

Geographic range:

  • Eos histrio histrio: Sangihi, Siau and Ruang islands (n of Sulawesi)
  • Eos histrio challengeri: Miangas I. (n Talaud Is., Off se Mindanao). Possibly extinct
  • Eos histrio talautensis: Talaud Islands (Karakelong, Salebabu, and Kabaruang)

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