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Old 05-05-2018, 09:20 AM
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Hi,can you mate a black eyed white, with an albino?, trying to get this rite(is a dark eyed all white called a dark eyed clearwing),thanks peter.


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Hi Peter,

A dark eyed clear budgie (blue series) is the dark eyed white budgie you're talking about, right? It will be pure white with dark eyes, no irises, and an immature cere colour (if it's a male) at maturity.

Yes, you can mate it with an albino. Albino is a sex-linked gene so depending on if the mother or father is albino you could get only albino females or all males split to albino. Dark-eyed clear is a combination mutation of recessive pied and clear flight pied, so you will get some of both in the remaining chicks.
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StarlingWings is one of our best with mutations .

Just wanted to point out that in your post you said dark eyed “clearwing”. Clearwing is an entirely different mutation. As StarlingWings said, “Dark Eyed Clear” is the proper mutation name for the bird she had described as such. You’ll also see it at times abbreviated as DEC.
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Can you confirm if the black eyed bird is a dark eyed clear (dark eyes without an iris ring and pinkish cere in male) or double factor spangle (dark eyes with an iris ring and blue cere in male). Also, is the albino a male or female.

That will help us work out what the chicks are likely to be.
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will let you know as soon as i have them at home,thanks,peter.
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ok,they said the female is the albino and other dark eyed clear,no iris and pinkish cere,both birds have pink legs.

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Okay so, albino hen and dark eyed clear cock. As Starling has mentioned, dec is a combination of clearflight pied and recessive pied.

You will get some clearflight pieds and likely some normals. All of the chicks will be split for recessive pied. The cock chicks will also be split for ino, so will be able to produce ino chicks in the future.
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Okay so, albino hen and dark eyed clear cock. As Starling has mentioned, dec is a combination of clearflight pied and recessive pied.

You will get some clearflight pieds and likely some normals. All of the chicks will be split for recessive pied. The cock chicks will also be split for ino, so will be able to produce ino chicks in the future.
thank you for that,now to go look at what youve mentioned
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