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Old 11-25-2008, 09:31 PM
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So I have the red eye lacewing. Dad was Red eye lacewing blue series and mom was yellow series. He is the only lacewing I got from their pairing, he turned out to be white REL, what color female would be the best to pair him with? I would like to get more yellow ones like the mom. Here is a pic of the parents

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May I say that they are both as equally as beautiful. Wow, very nice budgies!
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If you pair him to a normal green that is not split for blue you will get yellow lacewing hens and green cocks. If the green hen is split for blue you'll get white lacewing hens and blue cocks as well. A darker shade of green will produce darker yellows. To get male lacewings you'd need to mate him to another lacewing. A yellow lacewing that is not split for blue will give you all yellow lacewings of both sexes
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