Genus Polytelis

Alexandra - The Princess Parrot is a medium sized parrot, 34 to 46 cms long. The plumage is mostly green with a pink throat, bluish crown, and bright green shoulders. The rump is blue and the tail is long and narrow. The males have longer tail feathers and brighter coloring than females. The male also has a coral-red beak, while the female's is duller and has a greyish crown. Another difference is that the male has an orange iris, while the female's is much browner. In addition, the male of the species has a longer, projecting extension from the end of the 3rd primary feather on each side. This projection is called a 'spatula' or 'spatule". It appears in mature male birds.

Regent Parrot - The Regent Parrot is a bird of the parrot family . It has predominantly yellow plumage with a green tail. The bird is found primarily in eucalyptus groves and other wooded areas of subtropical southwestern Australia, as well as to a smaller area of subtropical and temperate southeastern Australia. Seeds make up the bulk of its diet.

Superb Parrot - The Superb Parrot is mostly bright green with darker flight feathers and is about 40 cm  long with a long pointed tail. Adult males have continuous yellow foreheads, and throats, with a red horizontal band across the border of the throat.

Order : Psittaciformes
Family : Psittacidae
Genus : Polytelis