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A hybrid lovebird is the result of two species lovebirds being cross-bred. Hybrids produced by the pairing of a rosy-faced lovebird (or peach-faced lovebird) with one of the "eye-ring" species (i.e. those species which have a prominent area of white bare skin encircling the eye, Fischer's lovebird being a typical example) are usually sterile - whereas crosses between the "eye-ring" species are often fertile.
- "Hybrid Lovebirds - The African Lovebird Society of Australia Inc". African Lovebird Society of Australia. 2011. Retrieved 25 September 2011.
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