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teasha 08-01-2010 02:52 PM

What would I get?
 
Hen: Cinnamon Skyblue Spangle
Hens mother: Cinnamon Violet
Hens father: Cobalt spangle

Cock: Normal Cobalt Violet
Cocks mother: Sky
Cocks father: Dark green Spangle

Thank you in advance :)

Budgiebreeder11 08-01-2010 07:13 PM

50% normal 50% spangle
sky blues and cobalts you also may have some light and medium greens
100% single factor violets
males split for cinnamon

teasha 08-01-2010 08:56 PM

So can the males that are split potentially produce Cinnamon if paired with non Cinnamon?

CuteLittleBirdies 08-01-2010 10:57 PM

Yes since cinnamon is sex linked they would have female cinnamon chicks if they were split for it :)

tonic 08-01-2010 11:58 PM

as said above, except no chance of greens as neither parents are green... and only half the chicks will have the violet gene as the violet parent is only sf.

nev90 08-02-2010 08:14 AM

12.5% normal sky blue
12.5% normal cobalt
12.5% sky blue single factor violet
12.5% cobalt single factor violet
12.5% spangle sky blue
12.5% spangle cobalt
12.5% spangle sky blue single factor violet
12.5% spangle cobalt single factor violet
All the male chicks will be split for cinnamon

Quote:

Originally Posted by teasha (Post 670438)
Hen: Cinnamon Skyblue Spangle
Hens mother: Cinnamon Violet
Hens father: Cobalt spangle

The hen has not inherited any violet from her mother. The hen's father must be split for cinnamon.
Quote:

Originally Posted by teasha (Post 670438)
Cock: Normal Cobalt Violet
Cocks mother: Sky
Cocks father: Dark green Spangle

The cock must have inherited a single violet factor from his father.

riotfox 08-02-2010 08:16 AM

umm... really pretty budgies? :D

teasha 08-02-2010 08:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nev90 (Post 670882)
12.5% normal sky blue
12.5% normal cobalt
12.5% sky blue single factor violet
12.5% cobalt single factor violet
12.5% spangle sky blue
12.5% spangle cobalt
12.5% spangle sky blue single factor violet
12.5% spangle cobalt single factor violet
All the male chicks will be split for cinnamon


The hen has not inherited any violet from her mother. The hen's father must be split for cinnamon.
The cock must have inherited a single violet factor from his father.

Ok dumb question. Why do you say she did not inherit and violet from her mom?

Quote:

Originally Posted by riotfox (Post 670884)
umm... really pretty budgies? :D

:D Thanks.

CuteLittleBirdies 08-03-2010 01:00 AM

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Ok dumb question. Why do you say she did not inherit and violet from her mom?


I believe because you said her mother was violet but the hen you are talking about breeding is not violet... and a bird cannot be split to violet so if she is not visually violet she cant have inherited it from her mom :)

teasha 08-03-2010 12:15 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by teasha (Post 671227)

Ok dumb question. Why do you say she did not inherit and violet from her mom?


I believe because you said her mother was violet but the hen you are talking about breeding is not violet... and a bird cannot be split to violet so if she is not visually violet she cant have inherited it from her mom :)



Oh crud!!! I forgot to add she was violet :(


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