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Old 08-01-2017, 10:37 PM
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Default Boy or girl? Cinnamon Opaline?

You think I'd be an expert by now, but I really struggle with genders until they are a bit older. What do you think?

And for those of you know savvy in mutations, is this an olive green cinnamon opaline? Looks like it may have a pied patch as well?






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She's beautiful! Actually, she is an olive green spangle budgie If she has a pied patch, she might be split to recessive pied.

Oh, she's a girl
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She's gorgeous! I love spangle budgies, that pattern is so pretty
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That's even better!! I've never seen a spangle in the green series, and my blue ones have a very different pattern; love this little one, she's so pretty
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Spangles should all have a fairly similar pattern, are you sure of the blue ones? They should have a thin line on the wing feathers rather than a solid marking.
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I made an album in the pictures, Tonic, if you want to check them out. I wouldn't mind some feedback to make sure I have all the mutations right!!
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