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

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Old 01-30-2016, 07:51 PM
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Hi guys, I just bought 2 new budgies home to add to my family, can you please give me your thoughts on what you think they could be.

The little blue one has a thumb mark on the back of his head and both have white flight feathers????









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Goodness, Ron, they are stunning!

The blue one is a sky blue golden face full body greywing budgie, and although I could be wrong, I do agree that the beautiful yellow one is a Texas Clearbody

They're both gorgeous, congratulations!

EDIT TO ADD: Lucky Toni caught that! I meant to say clearflight pied as well, especially since you mentioned the thumbprint on the back of the head but I somehow forgot to add that I completely agree, sky blue golden face full body greywing, clearflight pied
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I agree, though I would add Clearflight Pied to the blue one.
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I am not good with mutations but they are stunning!! I love the curious look on the yellow one in the last photo!
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I have no idea what you are talking about but they are incredibly pretty!
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The yellow is a real stunner!
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Oh my, congrats on such a beautiful pair and I believe the yellow guy is from Texas. Love the last photo of him slightly stretched like he wants to look taller for the camera
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I am glad you were able to give them a new home.....from the looks of it they were not living in the cleanest of conditions.....good job!!
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No that wasn't their old home, that the little cage I put them in to try and take good pictures, yes the floor of it is dirty but they don't live in there and I do change the cardboard often.
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Ok, I am glad they dont live there all the time. have you ever used newspaper or papertowels in the bottom of the cage? That is what I use and it is so easy to clean up...I am thinking it might be easier than cardboard to put down.

They are both very beautiful birds!!!!!
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