The Pacific parrotlets have olive green and grey bodies and lighter blue streaking back from their eyes. It is a dimorphic species. The males have a striking cobalt rump with blue patches on their wings and lighter yellowish green faces. Females are mostly green with much less brightly colored blue patches behind the eyes and no cobalt rump or blue in their wings. These dimorphic color variations are true of most of the color mutations as well. They are from 10 cm - 14 cm long.
Dry woods and secondary forests are the habitat; family lives in small groups that gather in flocks.
Feeding:The power base is constituted by a mixture for inseparable or Australian parakeets.