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

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Okay so I bred a female dark eyed clear with a green normal budgie last year and with their babies came out a mix of 10 dutch pied, normals, and opalines, including one that I have no idea what she is. We named her brownie and all the way until age 1 and a 1/2 she had pure black eyes and looked like a cinnamon clearflight budgie, but over the year her wings darkened to a really dark brown and her eyes lightened to a really dark brown. And idk I'm really confused. What mutation is this. Btw the tips of her wings are white. Thank you
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There are no pictures showing. If we can see them, we have some members who are good at telling color mutations.
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Yes, thank you, the pics of your beautiful birds are showing now . I'm not familiar with brownwing. I'm sure one of our mutations experts will be along shortly.
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I've moved your thread over to Mutations and Genetics where it is most appropriate.
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From the photo I'm not seeing a brown the colour on your budgies markings, the colour looks normal to me.
And even though some of the flight feathers aren't completely white, I'd say she is a cobalt blue clearflight pied budgie.
She could very well be split for recessive pied and that can directly affect the iris development.
Maybe that's the difference you have noticed in her where the eyes were fully black and now you can see the dark grey circular outline of the irises.
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Thank you! But do you know what explains why Brownie looked like a cinnamon when she was younger?
And here's a photo where she was in the process of gradually darkening. I never actually took photos of her when she was younger because I didn't know that she was going to darken.

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I wonder if your girl was ever as light as a cinnamon, or at her lightest she was actually darker than a cinnamon. My Mink (normal) has always been a bit on the light side, but am told there are some variation even among normal. We'll see what the members more experienced in genetics have to say further about your girl.
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yes before her first molt she looked like a cinnamon, she even had plum eyes around the first couple days when she was first born, so we were sure she was a cinnamon, but then her feathers started darkening which is really odd. And when all the rest of our birds eyes lightened she was the only bird (and our dark eyed clear of course) that had black eyes, which isn't normal because brownie was over a year old.

Her eyes just recently started lightening to a brown instead of a gray color at age 1 and a half.
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I've merged your last two posts for you.

In the future, when you realize you've made a mistake or have something you need to add to what you've already posted, please click the EDIT button at the bottom of your post and add the information to the Original post rather than putting it into a post immediately following one you just made.

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