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Old 05-26-2016, 05:50 AM
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Default New budgie mutation pls

I would like to know d mutation n sex of the two new budgies
The two grown up budgies are their parents
Also please help me identifying the sex of the albino budgie in d pik
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Old 05-26-2016, 06:56 AM
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The young budgie on the second photo is a male. I believe he is a cobalt blue single factor golden face double factor dominant pied budgie.

The budgie on the 3rd photo, I'm seeing a mainly whitish cere, and this indicates young female. While it's difficult to tell from the photo, I think she is a mauve, yellow face type II double factor dominant pied budgie.

The albino also looks like a female to me from that photo.
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I ll upload more pics tomorrow.
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More pics are always welcome!

I'm moving this thread to the Mutations and Genetics section, where it's most appropriate.
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I agree completely with Aluz regarding gender and mutation

I can't wait to see more pictures!
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Albino pictures

May I know if this albino is a male or female??
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I'd say the Ino is a hen.

For the others, I agree with the varieties, though with siblings I would tend to assume they would have the same yellow face variety. It just seems more likely than having two different types. I find them very difficult to pick accurately when they are young as they can change quite a bit.
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As Toni and Aluz have said, I agree that the little Albino is a female
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