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What will be the mutation of chicks by pairing Df Spangle Male (Yellow) to Ino female (split to recessive pied) ?
Will the result be different if Ino Female is not split to recessive pied ?

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If neither is split for or masking anything, which is HIGHLY unlikely you will expect all light green sf spangles.
All of the male chicks would be split ino as well, and all chicks split for blue.

Even if the hen is split for recessive pied you will not get any visual recessive pieds unless the male is split for it also.

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Here is the pictures of chicks from first Clutch:
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Here is the pictures of chicks from first Clutch:
At least one of your pair is masking dominant pied. It could sf or df as both chicks are sf dominant pieds.

The chick in the back looks to be an opaline as well so dad is at least split for it, and if the chick is a male mom is also masking it.

Do you have any other picture of the chicks? In this photo the chick in the front is also a cinnamon or greywing, but it is hard to tell for sure as I can not see the chicks cheek patches clearly and the tail feathers are effected by the spangle and pied. Greywing greens often have cinnamon looking markings from the green mixing with the grey, so you need to go off of more than just the barring/ wing color
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