They are both recessive pied so the chicks will also be recessive pied
If Jazzy is not split for blue the chicks will be green series recessive pied like him
If Jazzy is split for blue the chicks will be half blue series & half green series
The only way that any thing different could appear would be if Jazzy was split for a sex-linked mutation or if they were both split for a dilute mutation but the chicks would still be recessive pied and it would combine with the other mutations
Okay, thanks nev, that's what I thought. It's just something I wondered about.
atvchick- Spark may or may not be a boy, I don't know. He certainly acts like one, and his bond with Jazzy is very strong. Two females usually don't get along, but it's possible. I bought them from the pet store because they were so close to eachother- inseperable -even with other males in the cage. And they are also in with a budgie that I know is a male.
The reality is I probably won't ever be able to breed this pair anyways, so I'm just going to say Spark is the boy, I'm sure he won't mind. I simply was wondering what their babies would look like, even though they may not even be able to produce any.