This is Drypteis (in my bed, of course), the female little diamond. She is quite flighty since she lived in a different environment before I got her as a companion for Achilles, and about 2 years old. She also has a very explosive way of flying, which makes her husband’s delicate fluttering seem very unimpressive. She also flew into a window when her previous owner tried to catch her with a net, and although her injury closed up immediately, she has a little bald patch right over her beak. She isn’t really much frightened any more (it has been little over six months since I got her), but sadly you can’t touch her.
She is a very sweet girl, and not at all impressed with Achilles’ rather awkward attempts to woo her, but recently they have become glued to each others’ sides, so I take that as a good sign.