Black-cheeked lovebird x Black-masked lovebird

Unlike most lovebird hybrids, they have strong black masks. Their throat feathers are their best identifier – hybrids have faded yellow with an increase of orange on the front side. They are often misidentified as pure members of either species. They are most likely fertile and were first reported by a breeder, Lavender Christie-Miller, in 1928.

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