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Thread Description:Yellow-faced violet-cobait budgies.

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Old 09-08-2013, 01:04 AM
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Dear members,
To help you understand about why yellow-faced violet-cobait budgies are tricky to exmine and to name correctly.

I had photoed a 5-month-old male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd violet-cobait normal budgie and 2-month-old female single factor yellow-faced type 1st violet-cobait normal budgie.

1st photo: Left: 5-month-old male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd violet-cobait normal budgie, Right: 2-month-old female single factor yellow-faced type 1st violet-cobait normal budgie.

2nd photo: Left: 5-month-old male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd violet-cobait normal budgie, Right: 2-month-old female single factor yellow-faced type 1st violet-cobait normal budgie.

3rd photo: Bird in centre of photo is 5-month-old male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd violet-cobait normal budgie.

4th photo: 2-month-old female single factor yellow-faced type 1st violet-cobait normal budgie.

5th photo: 5-month-old male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd violet-cobait normal budgie, flying away from perch. Note purplish blue body.
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Wow that is really interesting I never noticed that.Thanks!
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