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Old 09-08-2013, 02:14 AM
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My photoes of my budgies in 1990s.

1st photo:
1) female single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue opaline spangle
2) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue opaline spangle
3) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue normal spangle
4) male single factor yellow-faced type 1st skyblue normal
5) juvenile double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle
6) female double factor skyblue Golden-faced opaline ??? (plumage bright coloured)
7) male double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle
8) cobait opaline spangle
9) male double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline
10) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd mauve opaline

2nd photo:
1) female single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue opaline spangle
2) male double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline
3) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd mauve opaline
4) female double factor skyblue Golden-faced opaline ??? (plumage bright coloured)
5) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue normal spangle
6) male single factor yellow-faced type 1st skyblue normal
7) juvenile double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle

3rd photo:
1) juvenile double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle
2) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd mauve opaline
3) male double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle
4) female double factor skyblue Golden-faced opaline ??? (plumage bright coloured)
5) cobait opaline spangle

4th photo:
1) female single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue opaline spangle
2) female double factor skyblue Golden-faced opaline ??? (plumage bright coloured)
3) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue normal spangle
4) male single factor yellow-faced type 1st skyblue normal
5) male double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle
6) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue opaline spangle
7) juvenile double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle

5th photo:
1) juvenile double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle
2) male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd mauve opaline
3) male double factor yellow-faced type 2nd cobait opaline spangle
4) female double factor skyblue Golden-faced opaline ??? (plumage bright coloured) Outline in red. Golden-faced budgies need studying/datas.
5) cobait opaline spangle
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Old 09-08-2013, 02:26 AM
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Very nice Budgies Clinton. I don't see Indigo's colour in there...
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Wow, they all had stunning colours!
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Hi Lyn,
In 1990s I only know about both yellow-faced type 1st and yellow-faced type 2nd, but I know nothing about Golden-faced budgies until this year.
I had a bright-coloured female double factor Golden-faced ??? skyblue opaline budgie, whose I was puzzled by her bright coloured plumage and rich canary yellow face.
This left me with puzzlement, until I read books about budgies, when I realized the bird may been a golden-faced form.

Golden-faced budgie were poorly known and need studying/datas as I do not know anything about golden-faced budgies and I do not know how to tell a golden-faced forms from a yellow-faced type 2nd forms.
Today I have only one golden-faced ??? cobait normal male budgie in his first adult plumage, his plumage were bright coloured.

I did not bred yellow-faced violet budgies until this year.

I still have to researching the yellow-faced type 1st & 2nd and violet forms, as they are tricky birds to name correctly.
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