The Green-naped Lorikeet is the "nominate" subspecies of "Rainbow" lorikeet, ie its Latin name
is Trichoglossus haematodus haematodus.
It is the most common and comes from Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. (Another subspecies, the Swainson's Lorikeet,
is what most people refer to as "Rainbow" as that is from Australia mainland and the most multi-coloured.)
The Green-naped Rainbow Lorikeet has a full bright blue face over black under-feathers, a
green speckled nape, greenish-yellow collar (the male usually yellower and the female more light green),
red breast with dark feather edges, solid green belly and mottled green and yellow vent and thighs.
There are many other subspecies, not all illustrated here