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Old 05-27-2015, 05:38 AM
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Can someone (maybe Jo Ann) tell me if this budgie can be classified as a frosted? It is opaline.
It does not have clear flights or tail, this is why I am confused.
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Old 05-27-2015, 05:50 AM
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I don't know much about Frosted Pieds but she appears to be an adult with no iris rings which would indicate Recessive Pied. I think Frosteds have iris rings.

But isn't she stunning and unusual!
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you have a point I missed that. Well, I am going to pick her up later today, then I can get some better pictures of her.
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Beautiful...looking forward to seeing more photos
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A frosted pied is a dutch pied with frosting on the wings , white flights, and tail,
iris rings, the back of head patch, and no band on the chest. A chest band indicates either a recessive or dominant pied. A dutch pied has no chest band and has clouds running the complete chest color. This could be a heavily marked recessive pied hen?, which when mated to a recessive pied split could produce DEC, rec pied, clear flight pied or dutch pied or a dutch frosted pied. The frosting can take as long as 8 months or more to show.With my first frosted, I did not know what I had until a judge told me it was in the wrong class at a show. thankfully my budgie was reclassed with no penalty and went on to take high marks as a novice bird.
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She is absolutely gorgeous! I'm glad you're picking her up today!
Jo Ann detailed it very well
Can't wait to see more of her, have you named her yet?
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Thanks all, I have her at home now and she must be a rec. pied. Her eyes are black with no iris. I have never seen a rec. pied with this pattern before.

No name yet. I usually do not name all my birds, mostly the chicks. The rest are called honey or sweetie most of the time anyway
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This is her, and her gray mate.
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I do love her heavy wing markings. I remember reading about a Recessive Pied with normal wing markings like her and very little body colour - basically a white bird with normal wing markings.... sounded gorgeous and shes the closest I've seen.
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Hi all, sorry for hijacking this thread, but I have bred this recessive pied recently, He's still in the nest box, but took some photo's,
thought you might be interested, he's very much like Rose's bird shown in the opening post on this thread.

He's a violet recessive pied. Totally unexpected as his mom is a violet recessive, but I paired her with a normal violet hoping for
more violet normals. I guess then the father would turned out to be split recessive pied.

Have two pieds in the nest, this one is the most heavily marked, with his sibling not far behind him. Please excuse the tatty thumb bandage, cut myself the other day, ouch.!

Enjoy the pics.

Not sure why, but cannot get the pics showing, they are right size, ?????

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