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Old 09-30-2013, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Nuts4Birdies View Post
Is this just variation in the degree of dilution due to the opaline? Does the presence of body color, i.e blue or green, in the wings and back barring indicate they are opaline and then the amount of dilution varies from individual to individual?
I believe this is correct. When identifying opalines we look for body colour in the wings & tails feathers, and lighter or no markings on the shoulders. Therefore we can expect the dilution to change between budgies in accordance with the lighter to no markings identifier.
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