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Old 04-04-2013, 09:18 AM
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Since we got Shrimp, she has grown a little Cindy Crawford beauty mark

This was her the first week of having her



And this is her today





Is she going to get more throat spots as she gets older?

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Old 04-04-2013, 09:56 AM
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The one in the middle was my rescued stray recessive pied, Heidi. I only had her for half a year and she only had one big throat spot. I don't think they get all the spots.



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I don't think recessive pieds get them, although
Oscar has just one..................that comes and goes
....................so Shrimp. you look just
beautiful with you Cindy Crawford beauty spot!
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Both of mine have varied throat spots but they aren't completely done with molting. They seem to be slow constant molters. Owl has one white central tail feather and one with grey edging. Her baby ones were both white. I am expecting lots of variation!


I also suspect that Cheerio is a recessive/dominant pied mix so who knows what he will show. I need to get some pics of him up to get opinions.
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This is my Frankie, he has some throat spots and he is recessive pied.
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Yes, I believe she will from the pictures of other recessive pieds of her mutation that I've seen on the forum.

Both Sunny and Shelby are recessive pieds.

Sunny

Shelby

Little Shelby only has cheek spots though.
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Thanks everyone! Interesting to see how different budgies can be
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