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my4turtles 07-05-2011 11:24 PM

What kind is this English Budgie
 
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im trying to figure out what mutathion this 3 week old is its a light cinnamon with very very light yellow.

BirdCrazyJill 07-05-2011 11:38 PM

Omg that looks just like my Julio!! It's a yellow face type II grey spangle, maybe cinnamon... I'm not 100% sure but looks close to me!! :)

Here he was at the same age
https://i1208.photobucket.com/albums/.../Julio10-3.jpg

And here he is now at 6 months :)
https://i1208.photobucket.com/albums/.../Julio23-4.jpg

nev90 07-05-2011 11:47 PM

T1 yellow face grey spangle

my4turtles 07-06-2011 12:10 AM

what the difference between type 1 and type 2

atvchick95 07-06-2011 01:22 AM

Type 1 yellow face the yellow is on the face, it doesn't bleed into the chest area It can and often does go on to any white areas of the body like the white areas of tails, wings

type 2 yellow face bleeds into the body color

example If you have a Type 2 sky blue, the sky blue turns into a more of a sea foam green color

your baby isn't cinnamon Though, The spangle markings are "reversed" in that I mean they're light in the center Dark on the ends, Where normal markings are dark in the center and light on the ends - a Normal budgies wing markings are black outlined in white - Spangles are white outlined in black if that makes more sense

nev90 07-06-2011 01:24 AM

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Originally Posted by my4turtles (Post 847958)
what the difference between type 1 and type 2

The yellow on a type two is brighter and it will spread into the body colour and change it's shade

The yellow on a type one is much paler and spreads a lot less. It usually only spreads into the areas that would normally be white

nev90 07-06-2011 01:29 AM

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Originally Posted by atvchick95 (Post 847971)
The spangle markings are "reversed" in that I mean they're light in the center Dark on the ends, Where normal markings are dark in the center and light on the ends - a Normal budgies wing markings are black outlined in white - Spangles are white outlined in black if that makes more sense

Spangle markings are not reversed. The feather still has a white (or yellow) edge. The dark melanin is reduced at the top of the feather leaving only the edge of the dark area showing

atvchick95 07-06-2011 01:40 AM

:rolleyes:
it's just an easier way to explain it to people who do not understand it, Why confuse people more than they already are.

Every site I've ever read on about spangles ALL say its '"reversed" including SOME of the Budgie Society pages

my4turtles 07-06-2011 01:47 AM

Thank you so much that really helps i never did understand now i can understand what I'm looking at when i hold him. I'm keeping this little one i think his way to cute ha ha

Budgiebud 07-06-2011 07:54 AM

Wow...
 
Trust me I thought that both pictures are of the same bird.

Very beautiful though.

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