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These are my budgies Ramo and Nazlı. I need to know about their mutations.

Can you tell me their mutation?

I took this photo about 1 month ago. Now, they have 4 eggs and today is 11th day. After one week, insaallah i will have healthy babies. Can we guess about the babies also? What colour may they be?


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The one on the left is a recessive Pied, the one on the right looks like a normal budgie.. Can you show us pictures of the wings?
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The one on the left is a recessive Pied, the one on the right looks like a normal budgie.. Can you show us pictures of the wings?
Thank you for your reply. Here are the wings. Is it possible to say something about babies?

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Yes, the blue/white one is a Spangle opaline recessive pied

You other one is a Spangle

So you should get spangles and spangle opaline chicks if you're breeding them. But they will mainly be Yellow Spangles, cause it's dominate.

And your little girl is beautiful.
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Yes, the blue/white one is a Spangle opaline recessive pied

You other one is a Spangle

So you should get spangles and spangle opaline chicks if you're breeding them. But they will mainly be Yellow Spangles, cause it's dominate.

And your little girl is beautiful.
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No problem. ... I've been studying mutations for a bit. I have a Spangle, opaline, clearwing pied father that has been giving me all kinds of pretty birds.
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I hope my spangle will give me babies like yours.
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Well, both my parents are white, so I get white babies... You'll get yellow babies, but they'll be beautiful I'm sure
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Hi there, just to be different.... I see a Greygreen Greywing Normal male and a Skyblue Recessive Pied Greywing Opaline Yellow Face Type 1 hen. Not sure about Spangle on her, could be but I don't see Spangle on him. Whew, she is a real mix of varieties!

The babies will all be Greywing if both parents are, so that will help to work out if they are. You could get all sorts of colours and varieties from this pair as they likely have other variety genes that are not visible. Should be exciting!
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I can't say what color mutations they are, due to being colorblind... The reason I said he looks spangled, is because he has black outlines, and wings are mostly body color.
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