yes they look like texas clearbodies. they are popular because they are a newer variety, and can be very stunning - yellow or whitish body colour with dark markings. they breed... texas clearbodies... and can be used to produce inos as the gene is a mutation of the same gene that causes ino.
the flecking on the head and excessive spots are a side effect of breeding for large spots for showing. it is quite common on show lines of budgie and is a fault that is penalised.
Texas Clear body difference from the Easly Clear body in the wing pattern. The bar markings on the Texas C-B are dark and move to a soft grey as one progresses to the wing tips.
In the Easly the bar markings on the wings stay a dark black.
Both mutations if correctly produced are striking birds. The coloring on the front of the bird is to be washed out. (white on a blue bird / yellow on a green bird). The coloring is to be dark across the back of the bird.
This is a sex linked mutation meaning the mutation is on the female chromosome. Hens can never be split for this mutation.
Here is a pr of well marked Texas C-B, Sky hen who is on the long lean side thus the reason she was put with a chunky cock who is a Light Green Cock TCB.
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