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  Alexandrine Parakeet (male, Siamese morph)

 

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A male Siamese Alexandrine Parakeet with a thin, pitch-black line on the throat, as well as a pink nape band with slight bluish-grey on the top.

 

Though sometimes faint and barely visible, both sexes (fig.) have a thin black line that stretches from their nostrils at top of their beak to their eyes and sometimes beyond.

 

  Alexandrine Parakeet (male, Siamese morph)

 

  Alexandrine Parakeet (male, Siamese morph)

 

This subspecies, the Siamese Alexandrine Parakeet, has a yellowish lower mandible and yellowish-grey legs, which sets it apart from all other subspecies, that all have grey legs. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

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