The striated lorikeet, lori strié, or lori estriado (Synorhacma multistriata) is a species of parrot in the family Psittaculidae native to New Guinea. It is the only species placed in the genus Synorhacma.
The striated lorikeet was formally described in 1911 by the English zoologist Water Rothschild under the binomial name Charmosynopsis multistriata. The species was formerly placed in the genus Charmosyna but was moved to a new monotypic genus Synorhacma based on phylogenetic studies of the lorikeets published in 2020. The name Synorhacma is an anagram of Charmosyna.
The species is native to mountain forests of the central mountain ranges in West Papua (province), Indonesia and central Papua New Guinea (particularly the Ok Tedi River region). It is believed to be possibly nomadic.