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The Red-lored Parrot (Amazona autumnalis), or red-lored Amazon, is a species of amazon parrot, native to tropical regions of the Americas. Christopher Columbus apparently gave the name 'Amazon' to a green, short-winged parrot that he brought back to Europe after his first voyage to the New World. The plumage is mostly green, paler below, and with the lower half of the outer tail feathers pale yellow-green. There are usually some yellow feathers on the face, crown and hindneck are pale blue scaled with black, and there is some black scaling on the chest. The outer webs of the primary wing feathers are blue, and there is a red speculum on the wing. Lores and forehead are distinctively red. The Red-Lored Parrot is found in North, Central and South America, particularly from eastern Mexico thorugh western Ecuador. Most Red-Lored Parrots are found in Panama.
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