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

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What does it mean again when a budgies cere stays pink? I have a new computer & I had a link saved & I can no longer find it. I also had another where it showed the difference between a male & female budgie with a pink cere - so I can show my mom. Does anyone have a clear picture for that?
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In general, male budgies who have normal or dominant mutations (such as your Emerald, who has a "normal" mutation) have blue or purply-blue ceres. Male budgies who have recessive mutations (e.g., recessive pied) have pink or purply-pink ceres. Attached is a photo of a recessive pied male.

All hens, regardless of mutation, have pale blue/white, tan or crusty brown ceres. (Crusty brown when in breeding condition.)
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How old is Emerald?
I've had Emerald since 1/20/2014 so over a year I believe. My signature were pictures of the first day I got him.
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