|Common and binomial names||Image||Description||Range|
|15 cm (6 in) long. Dark purple crown. Yellow-orange forehead and ear-coverts, deepening to orange lores. Green upperparts, tinted bronze on the mantle and nape. Chin, chest and belly are powder blue. Yellowish-green under-tail coverts and thighs. Mostly green tail. Crimson patches are present under the wings in the male and not the female.||Southern Australia and Kangaroo Island|
|15 cm (6 in) long. Mainly green plumage. The crown, lores and throat are red, the nape and shoulder bronze-coloured. The underparts yellow-tinged. The bill is black and the iris golden in colour||Eastern and southern Australia. It also occurs in Tasmania although is uncommon there.|
|22 cm (8.5 in) long. Mainly green plumage. Red forehead, blue crown, and a distinctive yellow band on its wing. Both upper and lower mandibles of the beak are tipped with red and are darker near its base. The female has a smaller and paler area of blue on the crown than the male.||South-central and eastern Australia|
Researchers from University of Tasmania Provide Details of New Studies and Findings in the Area of 11-Hydroxycorticosteroids.(Report)
Apr 06, 2012; "The synchronisation of metabolism and behaviour to support migration has been demonstrated in a wide range of migratory...