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Here's my lil birdie, can anyone predict her gender n tell me more about her mutation?Can anyone explain about her mutations?-uploadfromtaptalk1459268650083.jpg

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she's beautiful.I love her color.I don't know her mutation,but I'm sure someone will be able to tell you.blessings and thanks for the lovely photos.
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For an accurate gender and colour mutation identification, we will need photos taken in better lighting. Natural sun light and no flash from camera.
A more close up photo showing the whole beak/cere area and a full body photo showing your budgie's crop and belly area.

While the lighting isn't the best, it seems your budgie's cere has a purplish colour, if that is the case then your budgie is a male.
The budgie is likely a dark green double factor dominant pied spangle budgie.

You can check this link for all the detailed info on colour mutations:
https://talkbudgies.com/mutations-gen...lor-guide.html

And this one explaining how to take advantage on the lighting for photo taking:
https://talkbudgies.com/mutations-gen...tion-help.html
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For an accurate gender and colour mutation identification, we will need photos taken in better lighting. Natural sun light and no flash from camera.
A more close up photo showing the whole beak/cere area and a full body photo showing your budgie's crop and belly area.

While the lighting isn't the best, it seems your budgie's cere has a purplish colour, if that is the case then your budgie is a male.
The budgie is likely a dark green double factor dominant pied spangle budgie.

You can check this link for all the detailed info on colour mutations:
https://talkbudgies.com/mutations-gen...lor-guide.html

And this one explaining how to take advantage on the lighting for photo taking:
https://talkbudgies.com/mutations-gen...tion-help.html
Thanks for your feedback bud n I guess her cere is more pinkish

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my apologies vivek .the lighting had me alittle confused lol.I'm glad aluz could see it better than me.congratulations on your male budgie.I wish you and him many happy years together.blessings
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Thanks for your feedback bud n I guess her cere is more pinkish

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Young male budgies will have uniform pinkish/ purplish ceres. If that is what you see in person, then your budgie is a very young male.
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