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Hi all! I recently got Belle & Merlin flight cages, and upon a trip to get a bunch of bird necessities to this amazing family owned pet store, there were 3 beautiful lacewings for sale. Now I could not tell for the life of me what they were, does anyone have clear photos of male/female comparison?
I've been considering a male companion for Merlin and those babies were stunning.

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Female lacewings will have pale bluish whitish ceres, maybe a little more translucent than with regular birds, and males have the standard "recessive pied/ino" ceres that are pinkish or purplish

If you happen to have pictures of them we could tell you for sure!
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