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Old 06-08-2010, 03:30 AM
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i was wondering if it was possible for a lutino to show darker yellow markings on lighter body color best example would be pearl lutino cockatiel, i am asking this question regarding one of my baby lutinos showing such a pattern maybe it will dissapear after the molt but just show you that it is different from all my other lutino babies here is the pic for comments.The parents are a grey opaline dominant pied male split ino and a female lutino

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It is hard to be sure from the picture but I think the chick may be either a type 2 yellow face or golden face albino. This would account for the patchiness.

It would be interesting to see a picture when it is fully feathered
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It is hard to be sure from the picture but I think the chick may be either a type 2 yellow face or golden face albino. This would account for the patchiness.

It would be interesting to see a picture when it is fully feathered
Maybe then either the male is a double factor yellow face or else the lutino is a also yellow face, the clutch mates are 2 greygreen opalines , opaline dominant pied green and the smallest is also a lutino, will post a picture once fully feathered,

Jus wondering if there is a chance of opaline getting combined with lutino to show such a color, maybe crossing over anyway it is just a thought.

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do give us another picture once it is older...

i do like the look of pearl lutino cockatiels! would be lovely to be able to get a budgie with that look...
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