Red-lored Amazon Parrots

Red-lored Amazon
Red-lored Amazon
The nominal Red-lored Amazon is native to Central America's Caribbean coast.
Amazona autumnalis (autumnalis)
Red-lored Amazon
Red-lored Amazon
The nominal Red-lored Amazon, above, is one of several subspecies.
Red-lored Amazon
Red-lored Amazon
Red-lored Amazon
   
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Lilacine Amazon
Lilacine Amazon
The Lilacine, also called Ecuadorian Red-lored Amazon, native to Ecuador, has a lilac crown but only a slightly yellowy green cheek rather than orange. The red stretches back behind the eye.
Amazona autumnalis lilacina or Amazona lilacina
 
Lilacine Amazon
Ecuadorian Amazon
Lilacine Amazon Amazon
It is sometimes treated as a full, separate species.
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Salvin's Amazon
Salvin's Red-lored Amazon
Salvin's (Red-lored) Amazon is native to Colombia and Venezuela.
Amazona autumnalis salvini
Salvin's Amazon
Salvin's Amazon
Salvin's Red-lored Amazon
The cheek is bright green with no yellow wash. The blue-edged head feathers are extensive from the crown to the nape and a half collar.
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Diademed Amazon
Diademed Amazon
The Diademed Amazon native to central Brazil. Some have a slight greeny-gold upper nape (the diadem?). It is sometimes classed as a separate species.
Amazona diadema/ Amazona autumnalis diadema
 
The Green-cheeked, Lilac-crowned, Festive and Vinaceous Amazons also have red lores - see links below.