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28cm (11-11Â½ in)
Subspecies cyanescens is generally considered invalid.
Moist foothill and cloud forests and forest edges. Observed at heights around 1,200-2,400m.
Very little has been recorded. It is thought they eat the fruits of West Indian elm, seeds and possibly figs too.
The nests are placed in tree cavities. The clutch of 3-4 white eggs is incubated by the female for 26 days.
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