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Thread Description:could my albino and opaline have babies with these mutations?

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Old 01-23-2010, 11:55 PM
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Smile How do you get mutations like graywing, clearwing and clearflight?

What would the genetic circumstances have to be for this to happen?

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Old 01-24-2010, 01:03 AM
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you need to get a bird with the genes for the variety you want.

greywing and clearwing and dilute are recessive varieties that are related. a greywing can carry the clearwing or the dilute gene, so sometimes you get them from a greywing. you need parents that carry these genes to breed more of them.

clearflight pied is a dominant variety. to breed one you need at least one parent to be a clearflight.

is that what you were asking?
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I think I realy wil never know so in a few more months when the time comes, I guess it willl just be a surprise! haha.
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I agree with tonic. You would need the parents to have the mutations you are looking for.
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I agree with tonic. You would need the parents to have the mutations you are looking for.
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