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Old 07-01-2009, 04:04 AM
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Question outcome?

Heya all,

just wondering about my two budgies.
After 'no name' comes home and they bond and everything.
If 'no name' turns out to be a girl, and after a year, i might breed them.
I just want to know the possible outcomes.

Here are some pictures.

BINGO (male)



NO NAME (possibly female)



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if you have a picture of the possible outcome,
that would be even better. ^^


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lol they both appear to be boys... but if the harlequin is a girl you would most likely get fifty % like the father and 40% like the mother with ten percent being throwbacks or mixes.
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Both boys if you ask me!
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lol they both appear to be boys... but if the harlequin is a girl you would most likely get fifty % like the father and 40% like the mother with ten percent being throwbacks or mixes.
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Both boys if you ask me!

both boys?
eek.
i just uploaded a image of a close-up cere and edited the thread.
D:
i was hoping for a girl.

thanks!

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They both look like males

If the recessive pied was a female and they bred the chicks would all be normal sky blues & cobalts unless the male was split for recessive pied or a sex-linked mutation
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They both look like males

If the recessive pied was a female and they bred the chicks would all be normal sky blues & cobalts unless the male was split for recessive pied or a sex-linked mutation
ah well.
if their both males.
Gives me another excuse to get another budgie,
i hope. xD
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their both beautiful anyways
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