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Mnemonic iNESNO
Taxon identifier i176057
Scientific name iNestor notabilis
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UpNestor
Down Terminal (leaf) node.
Common name iKea
Synonym i-
Other names i › Nestor notabilis Gould, 1856
› Nestor notabilis notabilis
Rank iSPECIES
Lineage icellular organisms
   › Eukaryota
     › Opisthokonta
       › Metazoa
         › Eumetazoa
           › Bilateria
             › Deuterostomia
               › Chordata
                 › Craniata
                   › Vertebrata
                     › Gnathostomata
                       › Teleostomi
                         › Euteleostomi
                           › Sarcopterygii
                             › Dipnotetrapodomorpha
                               › Tetrapoda
                                 › Amniota
                                   › Sauropsida
                                     › Sauria
                                       › Archelosauria
                                         › Archosauria
                                           › Dinosauria
                                             › Saurischia
                                               › Theropoda
                                                 › Coelurosauria
                                                   › Aves
                                                     › Neognathae
                                                       › Psittaciformes
                                                         › Psittacidae
                                                           › Nestor
See alsoanimaldiversity.org
calphotos.berkeley.edu
collections.tepapa.govt.nz
datazone.birdlife.org
nzetc.victoria.ac.nz
www.arkive.org
www.iucnredlist.org
www.parrots.org
avibase.bsc-eoc.org
en.wikipedia.org
www.biolib.cz
www.hbw.com
www.hbw.com
www.itis.gov
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