conure

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conure

(ˈkɒnjʊə)
n
(Animals) any of various small American parrots of the genus Aratinga and related genera
[C19: from New Latin conurus, from Greek kōnos cone + oura tail]
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An episode of FDB behavior is described related to an isosexual group composition in a group of 20 golden conures (Guaruba guarouba) kept in a collective aviary.
Among the 25 golden conures, the most abundant species in the premises, 9 showed typical pocklike lesions and were PCR positive, but 1 with lesions was PCR negative and 15 had no lesions and were PCR negative, indicating nonuniform immunity.
The birds include green winged macaws, eclectus parrots, sulphur crested cockatoos, sun conures, African grey parrots, red billed hornbills, even a baby owl," said Samantha Watson, Sales and Marketing Manager of the dolphinarium.
Six conures -- exotic birds -- call out from the kitchen while two finches sing random melodies.
While some individual birds are more stubborn than others, the device works on all major families including cockatoos, macaws, african grays, amazons, and conures among many others.
In the wild, orange-fronted conures live in dynamic flocks where individuals flit in and out, so each parrot encounters many different individuals every day.
Popular species include budgerigars, cockatiels, cockatoos, conures, amazons, macaws, and the African parrots.
Conures (kahn-yers) Conures originated in Central and South America and can range in size from between 9 and 12 inches.
Laura takes the baby green-cheek conures home every night in a portable incubator.
The product is available in varieties for finches, canaries, parakeets, cockatiels, parrots and conures.