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

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Old 11-16-2019, 12:19 PM
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Well i saw this beautifull budgie in pet store, that kinda rembinds me abit on mine rainbow type even tho i heard its some DF spangle.. BUt since im really noob into this and learning mutations and stuff, i'd like of you myb to give me advice what combination he truly is and if i can and with witch colour to bond it to try myb producing some interesting colour or rainbow budgies in future, cause i read somewhere it is even posible to get rainbow out of spangle budgies.. Thanks! And hope to hear some advices and answers sooner before it gets sold out if worth tnx!!! Since it looks exceptionaly beautifull

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That bird is really pretty for sure!

When the Spangle mutation is present, it is not considered a true Rainbow budgie.

The only way you can breed a spangle to get a rainbow is if that spangle is also split to greywing or clearwing, and it is paired up to another bird that carries the greywing or clearwing mutation either in a visual or split form.

And of course you'll need some other mutations as well, including Opaline and Yellowface.
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You haven't provided any information with regard to your knowledge level and/or experience in owning budgies.

Do you have budgies now?
Have long have you owned them?

If you are planning to try breeding budgies please understand that you need to know as much as possible about budgies in general and your birds in particular then do a great deal of research with regard to best practices in breeding before ever considering doing so.

Before breeding any species, it is important to learn as much about the animals, their personalities and the best practices to follow for responsible and ethical breeding prior to making the commitment to take on the responsibility.

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