Conservation status:
Most lories and lorikeets are classified as endangered, vulnerable, or threatened.
Endangered
Kuhl’s Lorikeet (Vini kuhlii)
Status: Endangered
Range: Rimatara (endemic), Austral Islands, French Polynesia.
A small population has been established in Atiu, Cook Islands

New Caledonian Lory (
Charmosyna diadema)
Status: Endangered
Range:

Red and Blue Lory (
Eos histrio)
Status: CITES Appendix I
Range:

Ultramarine Lorikeet (
Vini ultramarina)
Status: CITES Appendix I
Range: Ua Huka (endemic), Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)
Vulnerable
Black-winged Lory (Eos cyanogenia)
Buru Lory (
Charmosyna toxopei)
Chattering Lory (
Lorius garrulus)
Golden-banded Lory (
Charmosyna amabilis)
Iris Lorikeet (
Psitteuteles iris)
Mount Apo Lory (
Trichoglossus johnstoniae)
Purple-capped Lory (
Lorius domicella)
Stephen’s Lory (
Vini stepheni)
Tahitian Lory (
Vini peruviana)
Threatened
All other species except the green-naped lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus haematodus) and possibly the Moluccan red lory (Eos bornea bornea)
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