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Hello...

Found a lovely potential mate for my lovely Midori...

What mutation is she? What so you think? Should I get her?





What outcomes should I expect, if I pair her with Midori (Pic below!!)



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the first one is a green dominant pied
is the male clearwing??

think you should expect all greens unless the female/male is split for blue

if not split for blue
normal greens
dominant pied greens
opaline greens
clearwing greens

and a mixture of all the above
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I'm not good with mutations, but they are gorgeous!
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the first one is a green dominant pied
is the male clearwing??
Thanks for your reply... I have had Nev and Dean look at Midori before, and they have said he isn't a clearwing, it's something to do with his multiple mutations...

So, why would I not get dominant pied chicks, if the hen and cock are both this mutation?

Cause that's what I'm after - so who should I pair Midori with, to get dominant pieds like him? An albino? A lutino?
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She is a dominant pied and looks to be a type 2 yellow face blue. As she has not much marking she could be a double factor dom pied or she could be a combination of dominant pied and another pied type.

Midori is dominant pied and he is probably double factor

If they are both double factor dominant pieds all the chicks will be double factor dominant pieds.

If one is single factor and the other is double factor you'd get half of each
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