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Old 03-14-2010, 12:18 PM
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So far I have a cobalt male normal, skyblue normal dominant (spot back head is dom right?) pied female and yf2 opanine probably skyblue female.

I will be getting 6 or 7 other birds hopefully.

He doesn't mix spangles and opalines.

Which other 6 or 7 birds would give me a variety? I for sure want a grey, yf recessive pied violet, violet greywing. But not sure past that point. I do love spangles and a bird similar Zeenas Smore, which is a violet grey spangle recessive pied I think.

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Old 03-14-2010, 01:33 PM
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Hi Teasha
I guess it all depends on what you want and which ones the breeder has. I know for me when I want to get a particular budgie, it is not uncommon for them to not have the exact mutation so I end up settling for something similar or something completely different.
By the way, Smore is quite honoured Smore's exact mutation is violet grey spangle split for recessive pied. If you want a picture to maybe show to a breeder, I will provide you with one.
Good luck!
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well, that is a question with any number of answers! i really love yf spangles and esp violet ones so would get a spangle for sure. opaline violet rec pied combo would be lovely too!

the bird with the white dot may be a dom pied with very poor markings or it could be split for recessive pied. I would think it is more likely to be split for recessive pied.
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