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Old 04-18-2010, 10:20 AM
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Ok with the new ones here and all. I was wondering if anyone was willing to tell me what they think they are? Here are a few pics:

The Blue & White one here:



The yellow one in these three. Sorry these are the best pics I could get. Didnt like the camera.




And then these two, I had asked before about these ones but I dont remember what the answer was



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The first one is an opaline sky blue. The second is an opaline light green. The third is an opaline light green clear flight. And the fourth is a sky blue dominant pied.
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When they have clear flight wings with no colorsthen they are a clear flight correct? If so then the blue one might be that also as she has no markings on her flight feathers. Here is a pic that I took earlier in another thread that shows her back:
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Opaline Sky Blue female
Opaline light green female
Opaline pied light green male - need a front view to tell what type of pied
Dominant pied sky blue female

Clearflight pieds and dominant pieds are similar in appearance. They both have clear flight feathers but the markings on their bodies are different
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Here is the green one with a front view:


What do their iris rings have to do with what type of pied they are?? I remember reading somewhere that if they have them or they dont helps determine what type. For instance in the last green one he has a light iris that is visible, however my last blue one in the pic does not have nay iris at all. Here is a pic of her yesterday that I took that is a little more close up';

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They are both dominant pieds. The green one is also opaline. Dominant pieds and clearflight pieds will develop iris rings. Recessive pieds will not develop iris rings
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They are both dominant pieds. The green one is also opaline. Dominant pieds and clearflight pieds will develop iris rings. Recessive pieds will not develop iris rings
I guess what I was trying to ask is can a dom pied not develop iris rings?? Our blue one has no iris ring and that is why I was wondering if it was a dom or a res pied

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