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I have some pair outcome questions and would love to know what would come from them. I really don't understand the punnet squares all that well, so if there's any other way to say the outcome, please do, but if not, it's fine by me.
B=Blue
G=Green

Pair 1:
Lui: (White Base) Sky B, Full-Body-Grey, Goldenface, Dominant Pied, Male
Zoey: (White Base)Sky B, Opaline, Dominant Pied, Female

Pair 2:
Finn: (White Base) YF2, Normal B, Dominant Pied, Cinnamon, Spangle, Male
Soren (Yellow Base) Olive G, Dominant Pied, Cinnamon, Spangle, Split for B, Female

Pair 3:
Bruiser: (White Base) YF1, Grey, Male
Myrr: (White Base) Violet/cobalt, Split for ?Pied, Female



Pair 4 (Will take place in maybe a year):
Bambi(Currently a chick): (Yellow Base) Normal G, with odd blurry back pattern, split for Rec. Pied and B/YFB, Male
Maudie: (Yellow Base) Lime G, Cinnamon, Opaline, Spangle, Rec. Pied, Female

Thanks for your input and ideas! Guesses are welcome! (:


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Take a look at this thread along with the other stickies at the top of the Mutations and Genetics section of the forum.

https://talkbudgies.com/showthread.php?t=83802
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Sounds like you've got a lot going on with
the various colors and mutations. Is there
anything in particular you're trying to
breed for? For example, my trophy chick
would be a violet opaline Texas clearbody
sometime in my lifetime. Do you have
a goal, or are you just enjoying seeing
what the various pairs can produce
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My goal is to eventually find myself with a Rainbow, but it's not possible to breed for that because it has the speckled half-sider component, and that's a genetic coloration defect. But really with these I just want to see the cool outcomes.
Actually, a lace wing someday (If that's breed-able) would be awesome!
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Rainbows are not half siders. To get a rainbow, you need the combinations of YF (1 or 2) or GF with opaline and clearwing.
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Making a lacewing from cinnamons and inos can take forever. Best bet is to buy a male lacewing and pair him with a nice grey hen. All female chicks will be lacewing and all males will be split.
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Oh, I always thought they were half siders...
I guess I'll have to watch my pet shop and see if they ever get one, ya know, with the odds of like 1-1000.
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Well if thats rainbow, then I might have a rainbow in the next year or two! My flock contains those mutations!
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