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Question What mutation outcomes might occur in my clutch

I have got a new clutch of four eggs and was wondering what colours might come out. The mum is a creamino and the dad is a white and blue recessive pied as that's the one I saw her mating with? The previous clutch she had which was with a different male (recessive pied yellow) but he died had a recessive pied yellow, white blue and yellow pied and a mauvish grey coloured baby which I don't have any males that are mauve coloured. This is mum
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And this is dad well the one I saw her Mate with
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I also got another clutch to another pair. The mum is like yellow, green with some blue around her chest and the dads a yellow and green pied. The previous clutch had a blue baby, a yellow baby with a bit of a greyish mark and two recessive pied green and yellow babies. Here is mum to this lot
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