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Default Need ino cere pics please

I would really appreciate it if those of you with albino, lutino, or creamino males could help me out by sharing a picture of the cere, I am trying to be able to tell the difference between males, females, and juveniles but so far google is being of little help. I have a creamino hen and a lutino hen which were give to me as a pair, I would like to be able to get at least one of them an ino mate but I dont feel confident I know what I am looking at. I also have a "mystery mutation" bird that we are still figuring out. Thanks so much!

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Ino males have pink ceres rather than bright blue ceres. Ino hens have the usual pale blue/white, tan or crusty brown ceres.

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