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I don't have pics but what is it called when you have a colorless, white budgie with normal black/dark grey markings? I know a lace wing i like a cinnamon version of that, but what is a B&W one called???!!!

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I'm not sure as I'm terrible with mutations, but I would
love to see pictures of this bird. Is it a bird you own?
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Are you talking about an "anthracite" budgie?
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I'm talking about a visually opposite to the anthracite budgie, I don't own this bird, but I saw it on craigslist, no pic, but then remembered a pic I saw of what I assumed it was
White body, black markings.
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Was it a Texas or Easley clearbody? Here is one of my grey TCBs, he is also opaline


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That bird is stunning!
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Ahhh, a Texas Clearbody! That was it! Thanks! They're gorgeous! Are they rare?
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Ahhh, a Texas Clearbody! That was it! Thanks! They're gorgeous! Are they rare?
No problem! I agree they are so beautiful with the color contrast. They are pretty rare here, but some places they are easy to find so I think it just depends where you live
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Interesting, but I just got 4 new 'keets in the time frame of about 29 hrs, so I don't believe I can get any more darlings!
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