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Old 06-17-2018, 10:57 PM
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Hello,
I am having quite a bit of trouble figuring out what Rioís mutation is. Some kind of Yellowface, but the markings are confusing me.
(Itís so hard to get a picture of her without her jumping and chewing on whatever Iím trying to use to take one!)
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I am not an expert at all but am taking a guess. I am thinking sky blue single factor yellowface II.
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It's hard to tell, but she looks to be a skyblue single factor YF1, split for recessive pied. Either that, or she has a very weak expression of the clearflight pied gene. :3
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She's beautiful She's a skyblue single factor yellowface I budgie that is split for recessive pied
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Hi there, I wouldn't be surprised if she was actually a recessive pied rather than split for it. Every now and then you get a hen that is almost normal looking, though this would be an extreme form of this. Some of the wing feathers do have the grizzled look of a rec pied.

How old is she and are you sure it's a hen? She looks to have no iris ring, is that right?

She could well be split rec pied and the pied has leaked through a bit to give her the strange faded wing feathers.
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Thanks for all the help, everyone! It seems that Rio’s Lutino mother was masking quite a few things. (Dad was a single-factor VF cobalt.)
Just to clarify, Rio has a brown iris ring. It’s just not visible in the picture. She is 9 months old.
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