|At the Parrot Conservation and Research Centre Botanical Gardens, Roseau, Dominica|
(Muller[verification needed], 1776)
It is green, with bright splashes of various colours. Its name is due to the area of red plumage commonly found at its throat.
The hypothetical Martinique Amazon ("A. martinicana"), known only from old descriptions, was said to look quite similar and may have been a related or even the same species. It was said to occur one major island to the south of Dominica.
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