Iris Lorikeet Psitteuteles iris (formerly Trichoglossus iris)

Iris Lorikeet Photo by Elizabeth Barrett
Iris Lorikeet Photo by Iggino Van Bael
The Iris Lorikeet, sometimes called the Wedge-tailed Lorikeet, is native to forests of the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia.
Iris Lorikeet Photo by Elizabeth Barrett
Iris Lorikeet Photo by Elizabeth Barrett
Iris Lorikeet Photo by Iggino Van Bael
Male and female have similar plumage with the male slightly more brightly-coloured and the female with some green mottling on the crown.
Iris Lorikeet
Iris Lorikeet
Iris Lorikeet
There are 3 subspecies or races/variants: the nominal P. i. iris in western Timor, P. i. rubripileum in East Timor with full red cap, also called the Ruby-capped Lorikeet, and P. i. wetterensis on the island of Wetar.
Iris Lorikeet
Iris Lorikeet
Iris Lorikeet
Many thanks to Iggino Van Bael for the photos immediately above and elsewhere of Iris Lorikeets without the purple after the red on their crown.
Iris Lorikeet
Iris Lorikeet
Iris Lorikeet
Its survival is threatened by habitat loss and illegal trapping.