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Male: Yellow or white face
Irregularly abundant near water in interior of Australia.
A popular cage pet so escapes may be seen world-wide.
Dry, open bushland (scrub-desert), agricultural areas and parks.
The clutch consists of 4-7 eggs (a single egg being laid every two days). Both parents incubate the eggs for 18-22 days. The young fledge between 4-5 weeks.
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