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Thread Description:will it be white in and adult or possibly brown

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Old 01-02-2011, 04:07 AM
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Whatever the reason, I love his sexy dark brown eyes!!!!

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To my knowledge there is a couple of eye type:
Red - Red with iris - Black - Plum - Black with iris

Is it possible that this bird may be split for pied?
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To my knowledge there is a couple of eye type:
Red - Red with iris - Black - Plum - Black with iris

Is it possible that this bird may be split for pied?
I was thinking split for Pied as Recessives don't get Iris rings, he certainly looks old enough to have his Iris ring by now.
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I was thinking split for Pied as Recessives don't get Iris rings, he certainly looks old enough to have his Iris ring by now.
Yes I agree, I have a number of males that have the same color eyes as your male and it is because they are split for recessive pied
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Here is one of them Avacado... he is going on 2 but has no white iris rings and is split for recessive pied.

And here is his brother Zest who is the exact same mutation but is not split for recessive pied and has the iris rings
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lovely birds lindsey, but they are not the exact same varieties... you have a spangle and a spangle opaline by the looks.
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lovely birds lindsey, but they are not the exact same varieties... you have a spangle and a spangle opaline by the looks.
I know I thought the same thing myself! But through breeding they are indeed both just spangles not opaline spangles They are split to opaline though
When they were young they had black spangle markings just like any other spangle with no coloring, but with moulting they have changed to the colors they have now

I posted pictures on here of them too and barrie and nev said they had spangles looking exactly like them but were not opalines.

Zest( I am assuming you mean him as the spangle opaline) has had 2 clutches with an opaline female with the outcomes being 9 chicks, and of them 3 opaline females, 1 normal female, 1 opaline male, and 4 normal males

Heres some pics of the babies... And Avacado has had the same outcomes when paired to another opaline hen. Go figure!
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how about that!
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This cock bird is sky blue double factor yellow face type 1 normal split for recessive pied. He has white iris rings.
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Susan, I think what we are trying tO say is sometimes when our birds are split for something , they show certain characteristics of that mutation
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