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Dusky Lories (Pseudeos fuscata or Pseudeos fuscatais) are also known as Banded Lories or, simply, "Duskies". They occur naturally in New Guinea, Salawati, and Japen Island, and can make a very high-pitched screeching sound. They have two colour phases. The orange and yellow variants have a golden-brown crown, an orange collar, and a white rump. The upper breast is black-barred. The under-wing is orange and the tail is dark blue. The wings are black tipped with orange. This colour phase also has orange skin near the lower mandible. The yellow colour phase shows yellow in the orange areas of the orange phase.
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