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Mutations and Genetics Learn about budgie genetics and the wide variety of mutations.

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Old 09-27-2010, 01:19 PM
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So as a few of you know next spring im breeding Piplup and Chibi-Chibi just wondering if someone could help me out with the possible out comes
I know that spangle is a dom gene so i should be expecting spangle.

Hen : Skyblue Spangle
Cock: YF2 Skyblue recessive pied

UPDATE : Piplups parents mutations
Hen (Opaline greywing sky) X Cock (Green spangle Split blue cinnamon)

so will the parents show if shes hidding any mutations? / carry them on



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Old 09-27-2010, 01:52 PM
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I'm gonna throw my guess out there and see how I do. You should have all sky blues: 50% spangle, 50% normal. Maybe you'll get some YF in there and none will be pied. This is assuming that neither are split for anything else. How'd I do experts?
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It sounds like a very nice combination but I am no breeder. I like the common Sky Blue aspect.
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Offsprings will be 50% spangle cocks and 50% normal hens. 100% skyblue and all normals split for recessive pied. Hidden genes in the parents will give some surprises.
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Thanks everyone ! I posted Piplups parents mutations to help show is shes hidding genes / will carry them on
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Hen : Skyblue Spangle
Cock: YF2 Skyblue recessive pied

If the hen is not split for recessive pied and neither bird is carrying any other mutations:
25% sky blue normal
25% yellow face sky blue
25% sky blue spangle
25% yellow face sky blue spangle

The hen will not have inherited opaline or cinnamon from her parents because they are sex-linked mutations. She will be split for greywing but it will only show in the chicks if the cock bird is also split
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Hen : Skyblue Spangle
Cock: YF2 Skyblue recessive pied

If the hen is not split for recessive pied and neither bird is carrying any other mutations:
25% sky blue normal
25% yellow face sky blue
25% sky blue spangle
25% yellow face sky blue spangle

The hen will not have inherited opaline or cinnamon from her parents because they are sex-linked mutations. She will be split for greywing but it will only show in the chicks if the cock bird is also split
Thank you Nev !
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I want one of their babies They are both sooo gorgeous!
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I won't be any help with this but I just wanted to say I've never seen a Spangle as gorgeous as Piplup!

The black edging on her wings are so crisp and so beautiful!
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