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Sexing Crimson Rosella Parakeets

Question: How to sex adult Crimson Rosella  Parakeets?


C1:  Males have a flat head and females are more rounded. C2: We have a sexual dimorphism in crimson rosellas. The males are up to 15% larger, and have a relatively larger and wider beak. C3: When crimson rosellas lose their immature green plumage and get obtain their crimson plumage the females tend to retain the white stripe underneath their wings. C4: Adult females crimson rosellas have some green on their back, while adult males have no green.


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