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Old 09-05-2020, 06:54 PM
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The "expert" clearly is not an expert

Ino is a sex linked gene. This means that males can carry two copies of the gene, and females can only carry one copy of the gene.

When a male has TWO copies of the gene, he will appear as a visual Ino. When a male carries only ONE copy of the gene, it will be "hidden" (we call this "Split" for Ino) and it will not show visually.

Since a female can only carry ONE copy of the gene, she will ALWAYS appear INO if she carries it. She can never be split for it.

So, in order to get a male baby INO budgie, mom has to be INO and dad also has to be either INO or at least split for INO. That way the chick will inherit two copies of the gene, one from mom and one from dad.

If momma bird is not an INO, then it is genetically impossible to have a male INO in the clutch. All INO's in the clutch will be female, since they will be inheriting the gene from dad who would be either INO or split for INO.

I really hope this all makes sense, sometimes it's hard for my brain to get my thoughts out in an orderly fashion.
Wow! Impressive! Lol! So I was correct when I said the 2 non ino parents can not produce a male ino?! Thank you so much for explaining this 2 me. Now I can hit back with anyone who insists I have a male!

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Old 09-05-2020, 08:18 PM
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Wow! Impressive! Lol! So I was correct when I said the 2 non ino parents can not produce a male ino?! Thank you so much for explaining this 2 me. Now I can hit back with anyone who insists I have a male!
Exactly!

Two non Ino parents can only produce INO females. If an INO appears in the clutch, the one INO gene would come from dad who is hiding it in split form and it can only be passed down to female chicks

Now go forth with this new knowledge, and wow the experts....clearly some of them need it. LOL
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Old 09-13-2020, 07:04 PM
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Second day home with Darla. She has been exploring her cage, chewing on some natural perches and making those sweet budgie chirps. She looked like she wanted out, so I left the door open. She flew to the ground. Her wings had been clipped and I will be letting them grow back. I sat talking with her on the floor. She tried to get away at first, but once she got on my finger, she stayed there and listened to me talking to her. We sat for a good couple of minutes. I walked her back to her cage and she didnít immediately jump off😊 When she did she stayed there and I was able to pet her back. I then closed the door and left it on a good note. I am so happy to have this beautiful girl in my life🥰
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I'm so glad she's setting in well!!

Just a side note, budgies usually don't like to be petted, and often new budgies are very scared and submissive so they won't initially move away when you do. If Darla does like to be petted later on, though, you should avoid petting her back and tail as it can encourage breeding behavior

She's adorable and I can't wait to hear more about her!
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I'm glad Darla is home with you now. She is going to be a wonderful companion and will obviously be very well loved and cared for.
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Thank you everyone! She is the cutest little thing. I was so excited to come home from work to see her. She is eating great and making those sweet budgie sounds
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Such a cutie!
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So Darla has been home 2 weeks now. She is starting to trust me more. She will ley me touch her, even without millet in my hand. She is not ready to step on me at all. I'm hoping that will come soon.
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Darla is such a stunning little girl!
She'll step up when she's ready.
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