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

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Hi! I was wondering if my new budgie, Luna, is a rainbow budgie? If not, does anyone know her mutation? Thanks!!!


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Here's another picture!



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She is a yellow face cobalt opaline dominant pied. She is very beautiful

The World Budgerigar Organisation defines a rainbow budgie as a yellow face blue series opaline white wing (clearwing)
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I don't know about her mutation, but she is beautiful
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She is beautiful!
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She is a yellow face cobalt opaline dominant pied. She is very beautiful

The World Budgerigar Organisation defines a rainbow budgie as a yellow face blue series opaline white wing (clearwing)
How come the word "clearwing" isn't in the name? I would have guessed something cleawing lol .
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How come the word "clearwing" isn't in the name? I would have guessed something cleawing lol .
Dominant pieds have clear feathers on the bottom of their feathers. Clearwing is a different mutation.
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Doesn't it take yellow face type 2? Otherwise I'd have some rainbows in the making but mine only carry yellow face 1. Although I don't know what yellow face the DEC hen and cock are carrying or what wing patterns. Some of their clearwing offspring might be rainbows.
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How come the word "clearwing" isn't in the name? I would have guessed something cleawing lol .
simply becasue the bird in question is not a clearwing! it does not have the clearwing variety.
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