From west central and east central Africa, Jardine's Parrot is also known as the Red-fronted Parrot which is confusing since, although it has a red brow/crown, three other species of parrot are also named "Red-fronted" (the Red-crowned Kakariki of New Zealand, the Red-fronted Macaw and Red-fronted Conure of South America)
and several others are red-fronted (e.g. the Red-capped, Pileated, Red-browed and Thick-billed parrots).
The scientific and English names are after William Jardine.
Jardine's has three subspecies which vary in their range and the amount of red on the head, thighs and "shoulders". There is no red plumage on the juveniles.