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Steadman and Zarriello, 1987
The conquered lorikeet (Vini vidivici) is a species of parrot that became extinct 700–1300 years ago. It was named by David Steadman, as a wordplay on "veni, vidi, vici." Its range was from the Cook Islands to the Society and Marquesas Islands. It was a large species in the genus Vini.
- McCormack, Gerald (2007). "Conquered Lorikeet". Cook Islands Biodiversity Database, Version 2007.2. Rarotonga: Cook Islands Natural Heritage Trust.
- Steadman, David W.; Zarriello, Marie C. (1987). "Two new species of parrots (Aves: Psittacidae) from archeological sites in the Marquesas Islands". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 100: 518–528.
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