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Old 08-17-2010, 03:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Nika View Post
Upon checking this site https://www.****************/colorsguide.html#basecolor
I am getting closer to naming this color: clearflight dominant pied mauve but there is still the fact, as some of you noted, that his wing markings are lighter.
hi again,

clearflight and dominant pied are two different types of pied, it is not common for a bird to have both and they would have a lot of white on them. he looks like a clearflight in the pic.

i think you are right about the mauve, he does not look right for a cobalt and greywing lightens the body colour a bit. greywing also makes the wing markings grey rather than black, are his markings grey - they look it in the pic but they can be different in reality....

and i am confident about him also being golden face.