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Hmm, well he has maybe 1 white feather right above one leg, although it doesn't always appear - isn't that "just" a fluff feather? He has no white patch between the legs, on the belly or the bottom. If anything, just the patch above the tail and maybe a couple of feathers on the top of one leg.

Since his cheek patches are a darker blue/violet and not a silver/pale'ish blue I think he is mauve. In real life his tail also appear to be a very dark blue rather than completely black.
OK. Good. So now we know he's mauve.

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He is definitely a mauve and likely with on violet factor. No question there as he does not have grey characteristics.

As far as a sf dominant pied or clearflight pied... only breeding will let you know for sure with his markings. I have seen both mutations with markings such as he has, although clearflight pied seems most likely with this little one

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Thanks If it's any help, I saw all his siblings. They were all pied (although not all mauve) and all had white flight feathers too.
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