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Old 10-17-2012, 09:57 PM
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Originally Posted by SusanBudgies View Post
If the chick were df spangle, you wouldn't see any wing markings. (By "suffusion," are you referring to the wing markings?)
I agree with Susan, it is not a DF spangle

Are you 100% sure one of the parents is a df spangle? The chick is a yellowface recessive pied. If one of the parents is a df spangle the chick is also a sf spangle, but some of the markings look a bit off for a spangle so thats why I asked