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

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Hello ,
First, sorry for my poor english . My step-brother and I, are trying to understand a little more about the mutations and genetic,we are beginner and we' ll be very happy if someone can tell us what kind are his budgies.
I've took some pictures , and i gave a number to each budgie , i hope i ll be clear.

The first couple :

n12G 'hen' / n3 'cock' ----------give------n 312A and n 312B

then

312A 'cock' / 312B 'hen'------------give-------n]312AB1 and 312AB2


then the same chick 312B has been mated with his father n3 and give :
n3312B1
n3312B2
n3312B3


A sister of 12G , 12D a lutinos was mated with n5 and give :
-512D1
-512D2
-512D3


here is the "genealogic tree" and the pictures (i don't have the 312B hen)

www.zimagez.com/zimage/genealogiebudgies.php













https://www.zimagez.com/zimage/freres512d-2.php































































more 312AB2 (my favorite her nickname is "lapoule")



















And for the finish, we tried to make a little genetic board with the codes , when there are two lines that's because we are not sure.. these are just suppositions... so we are waiting for your answer..






THX !!!


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I found your tree very difficult to follow. There are several free computer programs available on the net for recording birds that might help

These look like the mutations you have:

12D could be a lutino but can’t see enough to tell for sure
12G is a light green dilute hen (too young to breed)
512D2 is blue normal (probably 1 dark factor)
512D1 is a normal blue
312A is a greywing light green
5 is a grey male with no dark factor
3312B1 is an opaline light green
3 is an opaline sky blue male
312AB1 is a light green dilute
312AB2 is a type 2 yellow face sky blue dilute
3312B2 is a sky blue normal
3312B3 is yellow face sky blue (can’t see enough to tell anything else)
512D3 is a normal cobalt
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Thanks a lot nev for answering , i 'll try to give you more picture , beacause i ve some trouble with the 5 cock and 12D hen and their sons: 512D1, 512D2 and 512D3
5 is a grey male with no dark factor
12D is a lutino (i'm sure of that) but she's split of many factor i think (I would like to know if she's split of blue Type 1 or type2?) if she gives me blue cobalt ? she's type 2? am I wrong?
512D1 is a normal blue you said , he doesn't have a grey factor?because his tail is black instead of 512D2 wich have a blue one.
512D2 is a normal blue or cobalt? beacause is body looks just more blue than 512D1 but his back (between his wings) shows a superb blue cobalt ?
I have post bad links and pictures, we don't see very well, if you want to show the picture take the url by copy/past , by ex : https://www.zimagez.com/zimage/genetiquep.php
You ll have a better view.
I will study your proposition to understand ... Thanks

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Sorry, I re-post the new pictures in a good size
I'm surprise with the yellow face if someone could explain me ...
And maybe neville you 'll see better,because you said that my hen 12G (Sonia) is "too young to breed" but she was born in 2002?









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Thanks for all your suggestions

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