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Question grey or violet albino and lutino

is there any possibility that those budgies exist? how would they be physically?

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Do you mean an albino or lution hiding the violet or grey genes?
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yes, but do they hide it? i didnt know that so i guess they gotta be normal, a normal albino or lutino, i thought that maybe we could get a total grey in the case of an albino with grey genes

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albino and lutino only allow the white or yellow colour to show, all the other colors are removed. they sometimes have a faint sheen of the hidden color though.

so a violet or grey albino would still look white.

there are no physical problems associated with albino or any other variety that i know of.
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thank you, but it was just i doubt , now its very clear
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I got a gray, albino and violet out of the same clutch. I don't know about an albino hiding all of that. My brain is fried from polytech
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If you mean to have a violet albino, no, it's not possible. However, you can have an albino that has violet genes. I think...
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