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Mutations and Genetics Learn about budgie genetics and the wide variety of mutations.

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Old 04-14-2014, 09:10 AM
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Hi all. I'm new to budgie breeding, I have two female budgies they are
Still quite young therefore not in breeding condition, one is a albino & one I
A green, slightly olive. I'm just wondering what colour males would be best
To put with them when the breeding time does come? I know green is a dominating colour, what about 'white' and what colours would I likely get?
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I think the better question would be, what colours do you want to see in your babies? Are there any types that you like better than others? There are so many possible combinations, all of them beautiful.

Your albino hen may be white but she would pass on the mutation she is hiding under the white, which you won't know until you breed her ino is a sex linked mutation, meaning that it is passed visually through the father. Unless you have an albino or lutino cock or one split for ino, to pair with her, you wouldn't get albino or lutino babies from her.
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