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So I recently aquired a pair of parakeets! My first pair in 14 years, since the death of my beloved budgie. I am quiet new to budgie colors and such, so can someone help identify my budgies colors and such!
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Your budgie girl (the mostly grey and blue one) is a yellow face cobalt blue dominant pied budgie. The young male seems to be a sky blue recessive pied budgie. Better pictures if his whole tummy area would help confirm it. It's somewhat tricky to tell whether it's recessive or double factor dominant pied (due to lack of blue colour and markings). He could even be a combination of the two.
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I know its kinda hard to tell in the pictures but the girls wings are a soft ish brown color, would that be cinnamon? Here is a better picture of my male, but I will get a even better one when I get home!
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Old 04-23-2014, 04:38 AM
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I think the girl is YF I cobalt blue clearflight pied.
Cant see she is a cinnamon.
Sometimes the black markings can have brown tinge,
but its not cinnamon, cinnamon its much lighter and
it will lighten up the body color also. (correct me if I am wrong)
And the boy is rec pied sky blue.
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I always need to see the tummy to distinguish clearflights from dominants but she isn't cinnamon at all. My only other thought is that I think the recessive pied is actually a combination pied.
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