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

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i need a help. about fallow budgie i know there is some kind of fallow
1. fallow with white iris ring german fallow
2. fallow with out any iris ring english fallow
i saw a fallow which have whitness aroud their eye ball. not iris ring. u can only see that whiteness when u grab that budgie in ur hand and look closely in eyes in the light otherwise u cant see that whiteness
if i pair a fallow with no irins ring to a fallow who have whiteness around eye ball all chicks will b black eye or all will b fallow?

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one thing more

german fallow is sex linked? and 1.english 2. scottish fallow are recessive mutation?
what will b result if we pair german fallow male with english or scottish fallow female
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I am not sure about the one with the white that isn't an iris ring.

I thought all Fallows were recessive varieties. They are separate varieties caused by mutations to different genes so if you breed two different types together you end up with Non-Fallows split for both types of Fallow. Just like breeding any two different recessive varieties together.
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ok now all 3 types of fallow are recessive . non of them are sex liked
jst 1 thing more. if a budgie fallow have not iris ring visible so its the english budgie?
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That I can't answer sorry. There are several types of Fallows with the three you mentioned being the most common but depending on where you are there may be another type without iris rings. English Fallow have brighter red eyes without an iris ring so that is likely what it is, but it depends on whether there are other types available where you are....
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lets see any one reply who breed german and english both fallows
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Eng Fallow..no iris
Germ fallow...iris
Eng x Germ....black eyed normals/both types
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