Bub has been a mystery to me. I don't know why, but a lot of people I've asked don't seem to know what he is! His parents were both normal and I bred him myself. I usually call all of my babies bubs but Bub just stuck for him, in case anybody was wondering
I bred him about 2 years ago and I don't have any full shots off his back, sorry! I have a chick photo I can give you as well as some more recent ones
He has distinctive head bars but the further down you get the lighter he gets. He also has a dark tail, does that make any difference? And his cheek patches, they're not very deep but they're very vivid. I don't have any others like him what so ever. I don't know how the mutation works. If he's bred to another bird that isn't a TCB, would the chicks come out splits? I'm rubbish at genetics, sorry!
I think Texas Clearbody is probably a good assumption, especially since his head and body colour seem to be almost the same shade! His wings are also lightly marked so that makes sense. He's a bit olive so grey-green seems the right color!
He can't be a TCB since Mom doesn't visually show it . TCB is a sex-linked mutation dominant to ino. Non-visual parents can only produce female TCBs that too from dad being split possibly . Females cannot be split to sex-linked mutations like TCB , ino , cinnamon . Since your chick is male , this rules out TCB.
He can't be grey or grey-green either as grey is a dominant mutation. Both parents cannot be split for it and at least one has to express it visually.
His colour is quite intriguing .
Does he have red eyes ?
If he does , he could be some form of a fallow. Fallow is an autosomal recessive mutation so both parents could be split for it . He could also be a greywing . I'm not very good at identifying the diluting mutations : :$