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What will be the chicks' Mutation if i pair is:
Dominant Pied male X Opaline female split to recessive pied ?

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It will depend if your male is double or single factor dom pied.

If double factor ...
100% single factor dom pied
of these 50% of the males may be split for opaline or recessive pied or both
and 50% of females will be split for recessive pied.

If single factor ...
50% normal and 50% single factor dom pied
the splits will remain as per above.

Because Opaline is sex linked none of this pairs babies will be visually opaline, unless the father is split for Opaline.

Recessive pied works the same way, unless the father is also split for recessive pied then it will remain a split. It is possible for a bird to be both dom & rec pied and this typically shows in the lack of an iris ring.

Good luck with your pairing.
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