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Old 06-09-2010, 03:16 AM
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Hi these are some birds i have acquired would like to know whether they are lacewings or fallows.
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Old 06-09-2010, 05:52 AM
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I think they are fallows (assuming they have red eyes). Lacewings usually have less colour than these birds

Pity you couldn't breed them with a red stain on their heads
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these are fallows

lacewings are albino or lutino with cinnamon factor
so there is none or hardly any other color in the body..

these have obvious colors..
stains are there for marking?
never seen that before
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They are so pretty. No good with genetics, but everyone said already that they were fallows.
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It is a shame we dont breed red or 'peach faced' budgies. The colour staining on those budgies from a mineral block (or whatever stained the feathers) actually looks quite nice...
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Fallows. Preety preety birdies! No kiddin!
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Thanks all for the reply.

I am thinking of starting to breed some fallows once they all molt and settle in, any suggestions on pairing is welcome.

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I am thinking of starting to breed some fallows once they all molt and settle in, any suggestions on pairing is welcome.
Just bear in mind that fallow is a recessive gene so it will need to come from both parents to get visual fallows
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Lovely birds best of luck with the breeding
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a friend of mine is breeding fallows..
he always makes couples :
fallow x split fallow.

since red eye X red eye is known for not being a good combination.
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