Orange-fronted Conure Eupsittula (prev. Aratinga) canicularis

Like Macaws and Amazons, Conures are native to South and Central America and the Caribbean. The (former) Latin name of many conures is "Aratinga", - "little macaw".
The new genus "Eupsittula" covers the Olive-/Brown-throated Conures.
Orange-fronted conure
Orange-fronted conures
Orange-fronted conures
The Orange-fronted Conure, also called Half Moon, is native to Pacific Mexico and Central America. (Photos above taken by Alexandra Makhnina in Costa Rica.)
Orange-fronted conure
Orange-fronted conure
Orange-fronted conures in flight
In addition to its orange brow followed by blue, the nominal subspecies (E. canicularis canicularis) has a light upper and lower beak.
Orange-fronted conure
Orange-fronted conure
Orange-fronted conure in flight
The nominal subspecies also has a pale olive throat. It has a bare yellow eyering and the wingtips are royal blue.
Halfmoon conure
Halfmoon conure
Orange-fronted conure
The subspecies of the Orange-fronted/Halfmoon, E. canicularis eburnirostrum, is native to southwest Mexico. It has a white upper beak with dark patches on its lower beak, the latter sometimes hidden by cheek feathers. It also has a darker chest.

Peach-fronted Conure Eupsittula (prev. Aratinga) aurea

Peach-fronted conure
Peach-fronted conure
Peach-fronted conure
The Peach-fronted Conure is native to Brazil and northern Argentina.
Peach-fronted conures
Peach-fronted conures
Peach-fronted conure
In addition to its peach brow bordered with blue, it has a khaki chest and a dark beak. The eyering is mainly feathered.
Peach-fronted conures
Peach-fronted conures
Peach-fronted conure
Its Latin name means golden.