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

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Old 04-17-2009, 10:20 AM
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Default mutation of the bubs?

hey, i can do mutations just not what will come out if i breed them
i know the two females aren't old enough to breed yet,

first pair
normal green female sprite.. how old about is she?



Double factor dominant pied male Blossom



and the second pair (hopefully!)
opaline female (no name yet)



sky blue spangle ? or greywing? (not 100% sure) Benny


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I don't know, but whatever babies come out of these beautiful birds, will be stunning!
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of the first they should all be green.. and single factor dominant pieds...

of the second.. also all green unless mom is split blue... then you could have a few blues...
males would be split opaline... and you can get also greywings or just spits to it...
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first pair
normal green female sprite.. how old about is she?

Double factor dominant pied male Blossom
Can't see an iris ring on the hen so I'd guess she's about 6 months old.
You should get 100% green dominant pieds unless both birds are split for blue. Any other mutations that show up will be combined with dominant pied

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and the second pair (hopefully!)
opaline female (no name yet)sky blue spangle ? or greywing? (not 100% sure) Benny
I think he's a greywing
Unless the opaline hen is split for blue or the greywing is split for opaline all the chicks will be normal greens. If the hen is split for blue half the chicks will be blue series. They could have genes for other mutations that might show up in 25% of the chicks
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thanks everyone, this is a little confusing still but i am getting used to it alot more now
im starting to get the hang of it.
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