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There are several species of lovebirds in the world but not all of them are kept as pets. The most commonly seen species that are also pets are peach faced lovebirds (Agapornis roseicollis), masked lovebirds (Agapornis personata), and Fischer's lovebirds (Agapornis fischeri). There are also many color mutations found in peach-faced lovebirds and several color mutations in some of the other lovebird species so the color combinations are endless.