The Lord Derby's parakeet (Psittacula derbiana), also known as Derbyan parakeet, is a monotypic parrot species, which is confined to small pocket of moist evergreen forest in the hills and mountains of the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, and adjoining parts of Tibet, Sichuan and Yunnan in China.
The regent parrot was first described by English author and wit Edward Lear in 1831. It is one of three species in the genus Polytelis. The parrot is also known variously as the rock pebbler, rock peplar, black-tailed parakeet, Murray smoker, Marlock parakeet and sometimes regent parakeet.
Rose-ringed Parakeet. The rose-ringed parakeet has exquisite plumage with a graceful long tail that serves as an elegant balancing aid in trees and among crops. creature comparisons. Looking like a giant rose-ringed parakeet, the Alexandrine I parakeet (Psittacula eupatria) is the largest member of its genus.