Pyrrhura Conures Pyrrhura ---------

Pyrrhura conures are colourful parrots full of personality
Painted Conure The Painted Conure, Pyrrhura picta, is native to northern South America. There are several subspecies. Some former subspecies have been reclassified as full species in recent years.
Maroon-tailed Conure The Maroon-tailed Conure, Pyrrhura melanura, is native to north and northwest South America. The upper side of the tail is green then maroon and the underside is dark. Many pyrrhura conures have maroon tails.
White-eared Conure
Maroon-faced Conure
The White-eared Conure, Pyrrhura leucotis, also called the Maroon-faced Parakeet, is native to Brazil. Some former subspecies have been reclassified as full species recently.
Brazilian Grey-breasted Conure
Brazilian Grey-breasted Conure
Above is the Grey-breasted Parakeet, Pyrrhura griseipectus, formerly classed as a subspecies of the White-eared, as Pyrrhura leucotis griseipectus. It is native to a small, declining range in north-eastern Brazil
Emma's Conure
Emma's Venezuelan Conure
Another former subspecies, Emma's Conure above (Pyrrhura emma) from Venezuela with a blue crown, is confusingly also classed by some as a subspecies of the Painted Conure (see above), which itself used to be thought a subspecies of the Maroon-faced/White-eared.
Rose-fronted Conure
Rose-fronted Conure
The Rose-fronted Conure, Pyrrhura roseifrons, (sometimes called Red-crowned Parakeet leading to confusion with the New Zealand Kakariki of that name), comes from the western Amazon (Peru/Ecuador/Bolivia/Brazil). It used to be thought a subspecies of the Painted Conure above but is now classed as a separate species.
Rose-fronted Conure
Rose-fronted Conure