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John Wragg. Australian parrots. Of great tits and fleas: sleep baby sleep. Students will link genetic diseases to mutationsin DNA. Essential Question: How can mutations Biology. Unit: 07 Lesson: Identifying Mutations KEY.
Title: Alexandersittiche. Writer: H. Language: German. Pages: pages. Description: years ago, Alexandrine parakeets and Ringnecked parakeets were the first parrots which were brought to Europe by the Romans. These birds were more expensive than a slave in the Roman Age. Title: Edelsittiche.
The rose-ringed parakeet Psittacula krameri , also known as the ring-necked parakeet , is a medium-sized parrot in the genus Psittacula , of the family Psittacidae. It has disjunct native ranges in Africa and South Asia, and is now introduced into many other parts of the world where feral populations have established themselves and are bred for the exotic pet trade. The rose-ringed parakeet is sexually dimorphic. The adult male sports a red and black neck ring, and the hen and immature birds of both sexes either show no neck rings, or display shadow-like pale to dark grey neck rings. Both sexes have a distinctive green colour in the wild, and captive bred ringnecks have multiple colour mutations including blue, violet and yellow.
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This complete revision of 'A Guide to Asiatic Parrots in Australia' sees the addition of over 70 new colour images of new mutations, and improved text including new genetic tables and more information on nutrition, housing and breeding. Contents include general management, housing, feeding, breeding, keeping records, ringing, stock management, pairing and mating, handraising asiatic parrots, surgical sexing, diseases of asiatic parrots, common health problems in asiatic parrots, prevention and control of disease within the aviary, stress and disease, basic rules used to prevent disease entering an aviary, recognising disease, health check of newly acquired birds, physical examination, quarantine of new birds, worm infestation and treatment. Both Syd and his brother Jack Smith gained invaluable knowledge from observing bird behaviour as youngsters in countryside Australia. Asiatic parrots fit into their lifestyle and time programme and the basis of this book relates their extensive experiences in housing, managament, nutrition and breeding of Asiatic Parrots and their mutations. Convert currency. Add to Basket.