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Photo by Glen Tepke.
Photo taken: Mismaloya, Jalisco, Mexico, 18 January 2008.
Forpus cyanopygius


Length 5 to 5.5 inches (12.5-14 cm). Green body, black-edged flight feathers, and gray feet, silvery gray beaks. Males have cyan (teal) blue colour on their rumps and under their wings.


Pacific slope of western Mexico from southern Sonora to Colima.




Roams a variety of forest types in small flocks.

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