blue, meadow's, spear, tussock grasses.
It offers maximum comfort to the wearer.
These offspring have behaviours of both parents.
, Agapornis swindernianus, Kuhl, 1820 —or Swindern's lovebird• Eggs follow 3—5 days later.
There are two lovebird societies in the United States: the Agapornis Breeders and Exhibitors and the African Love Bird Society.
Agapornis swindernianus zenkeri, Reichenow, 1895 Species [ ] Species wild-types Common and binomial names Photograph Description Range or masked lovebird Agapornis personatus 14 cm 5.