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Question Mix n Matched Mutation?

My Butterfly appears to be a Diluted Texas Clearbody. She has a washed out color all over, the faintest grey you can imagine on the breast, and her head and wing markings are just darker than the body color. She is gorgeous!

So my question is, to all you fantastic breeders, can a parakeet have the Clearbody and Dilute mutations at the same time, or is she just showing a weird combination of mutations?

I'll get pics soooooon... Thanks!

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Yes, that combination is possible. If you can post a photo we can help you figure out what she is
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Question Photos

OK! I finally got those photos! So, once again, to all you
FANTASTIC BREEDERS
What are my two birds' mutations? I've grown to known mutations well, but both of these have stumped me.

The first two photos are of Butterfly, the 'keet I spoke about before. And the last two are of Silver, another bird hosting a similar series of mutations, but in a different color.
1. Butterfly's Side
2. Butterfly's Rump
3. Silver's Front
4. Silver's Rump

Hope these help! Thank you to all!
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