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33 cm (33 in)
Feral in the USA (San Francisco, greater Los Angeles, parts of Florida), and parts of the Antilles. Feral flocks may be intermingled with other species, notably Mitred Parakeet, with which this species can hybridize.
Formerly placed in genus Aratinga.
Deciduous woodland and bordering areas, including acacia scrub.
Probably varies with season and habitat, but includes fruit. There is little other detailed information available.
They nest in termite mounds or tree holes. The clutch consists of 3-4 eggs which are incubated for 23-24 days. The young fledge after 50 days.
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