Fischer’s lovebird x Nyasa lovebird

Appear similar to nyasa lovebirds (light orange head color, no dark coloration), but with slight black around the face. Most nyasa lovebirds in captivity today likely have fischer’s history. Additionally, their rumps are a mixed shade of blue and green, and their beaks are curved downwards more than a pure fischer’s. They are fertile hybrids, and were first recorded in 1929 by T. L. S. Dooly.

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