- Martinique Amazon
Martinique Amazon Conservation status Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Psittaciformes Family: Psittacidae Genus: Amazona Species: A. martinicana Binomial name Amazona martinicana
A.H. Clark, 1905
The Martinique Amazon, Amazona martinicana, was a species of parrot in the Psittacidae family. It was endemic to Martinique. It became extinct due to habitat loss as Martinique was cleared for agriculture. It has not been recorded since 1722. A similar, also extinct parrot inhabited the island of Guadeloupe and may have been the same species.
- BirdLife International 2004. Amazona martinicana. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 24 July 2007.
Amazon parrots (genus: Amazona) SpeciesCuban Amazon (or Rose-throated Amazon) • Yellow-billed Amazon (or Jamaican Amazon) • Hispaniolan Amazon • Puerto Rican Amazon • Yucatan Amazon (or Yellow-lored Amazon) • White-fronted Amazon • Black-billed Amazon • Tucuman Amazon • Red-spectacled Amazon • Red-crowned Amazon • Lilac-crowned Amazon • Red-lored Amazon (supporting page: Lilacine Amazon) • Blue-cheeked Amazon • Red-browed Amazon • Red-tailed Amazon • Festive Amazon • Yellow-shouldered Amazon • Blue-fronted Amazon (or Turquoise-fronted Amazon) • Yellow-crowned Amazon (supporting page: Panama Amazon) • Yellow-naped Amazon • Yellow-headed Amazon • Kawall's Amazon • Orange-winged Amazon • Scaly-naped Amazon • Mealy Amazon • Vinaceous-breasted Amazon (or Vinaceous Amazon) • St. Lucia Amazon • Red-necked Amazon • St. Vincent Amazon • Imperial Amazon Hypothetical
extinct speciesMartinique Amazon • Guadeloupe Amazon
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