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Thread Description:What colour will his cere be when he matures?

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Old 05-05-2011, 07:38 PM
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Question Dominant and Recessive Pied

I just thought of a question,

Since Billy Bob might be/probably is Dominant and Recessive Pied, what colour will his cere be when he gets older?

I read on the Cere Reference Guide ( https://talkbudgies.com/showthread.php?t=66009 ) that:
"Mutations that get a blue cere when mature: Normals, Opalines, Dominant Pieds, etc.."

"Mutations that keep a pink cere throughout their lives: Recessive Pieds, DEC, Albinos, etc..."

So, I'm confused. Lol.

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If he is both types of pied his cere will probably stay pink
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A while back I had babies that were both Recessive and Dominant pied - I wondered the same thing out of 2 that stayed here long enough to start changing one was turning blue and one was staying the deep pink so one got the dominant pied cere one got the Recessive pied cere
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