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Old 01-02-2011, 08:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Squeak_Crumble View Post
Susan, I think what we are trying tO say is sometimes when our birds are split for something , they show certain characteristics of that mutation
Exactly

It isnt a hard and fast rule... but since the bird is as old as he is, and still doesnt have one something he is masking like recessive pied must be showing

I do have males split for it that still have iris rings The bird you mentioned Susan has a spot on the back of his head... thats another example of how being split for something can show through even though the bird is not visually a recessive pied

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