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Old 11-16-2013, 04:14 AM
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Default I think I got a single factor anthracite from epos and luna

Just wondering if this chick from epos and luna is anthracite.

This is a photo of him when I gave him away but the owners daughter got to it and injured him so I had to care for his sprainedd leg.
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He sure if gorgeous. He does look to be anthracite to my untrained, unprofessional, purely guessing most of the time eye

I hope he is better now and has settled into a loving home.
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Hi, the only single factor anthracite I have seen is very dark violet. I wonder if Nev has an expert opinion Or Lindsey. He Might be a lovely mauve,

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I don't know its mutation, but he is a beautiful little budgie!
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The camera didn't mess with the color, that is his true color even in sunlight, he's okay now and I sent him Back home with a splint he was also paired to a pretty young female opaline ( his dad was opaline so he's split ) . He's coming back today, so I can remove the splint I can't wait to see my little youngin.
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Someone said mauve? During Luna's first clutch she had a baby nd he looked like the one in the photo but he had a mauve color to him here's a pic of the mauve and his spangle brother
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He does appear to be a mauve in these photos, probably with one or likely two violet factors.

What are the parents of this little one? For there to be a chance of getting an anthracite chick, at least one of the parents must be a visual anthracite

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He does appear to be a mauve in these photos, probably with one or likely two violet factors.

What are the parents of this little one? For there to be a chance of getting an anthracite chick, at least one of the parents must be a visual anthracite
Lindsey, did I do the procedure correctly? Cathy
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their father is mauve spangle rec pied but I notice he has black patches within the mauve. I don't understand how you can only get a cite unless one parent has the visual. Didn't the first anthracite come from parents without the visual? But yes I will classify him as a mauve since his father is mauve. He's just soo much darker than his dad. That's why I thought lol.

My life would be complete if I could look at an anthracite dom or rec pied. Can someone work on that? Like now? lol
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