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Mutations and Genetics Learn about budgie genetics and the wide variety of mutations.
Thread Description:I can't tell if they're photoshopped or not...

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Old 02-21-2013, 01:43 AM
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Question Are these birds real?

So, I was searching online for rare keet mutations because I love to see the colors, lol, and I found these. Are they photoshopped?
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Old 02-21-2013, 06:28 AM
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Don't think they are. I see these types quite regularly on the show bench over here. They are a Violet, Yellow Faced Grey and a Lacewing.
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the violet and the lacewing are beautys..... wow
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OOOOOHHHHHH MY!!! Now I must have a violet!!! Its impossible to find a good budgie avairy in my area though tons of "bins of budgies" but no handfeeding breeders
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There are some others, as well...
Here they are
I love the lace wing too, just makin sure it was real!
I have two more...
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Here are the others.
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Yup all real...Have seen these on the bench except the Coal face and the Helicopter.

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Image number 3 in post #5 is a gorgeous bird!
Image number 2 in post #6 has a sensational blue color.. beautiful

They are all stunning birds tho
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This is a photoshopped image! It is my image. A budgie with that color yellow wouldn't have that clear or bright violet body color. I photoshopped this image to ask the question is this color mutation able to be bred. And I found out it wasn't
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Here are the others.
The second one in the pic, the blackface, did once exist. I doubt it does now. It is a super duper rare budgie. It can only be found in one country I think. Anyways, it's gone so rare (if its not already extinct) because the mutation had many many health problems. The birds died young. I really want one, but I doubt I ever will get one. Hopefully the breeder will find a way to strengthen the mutation. They're so pretty.
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