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Old 08-14-2011, 06:44 AM
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These are are 2 new additions to the family, can you tell me please the mutation. Thaks for any help
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Dominant pied cobalt male
Recessive pied grey (or mauve) female
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I agree with Nev with both (I would say the second is a grey I believe) but I am not too sure

Either way you have two stunning birds!
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Dominant pied cobalt male
Recessive pied grey (or mauve) female
Nev has over 160+ birds -- I'd trust him implicitly when it comes to mutations!!

Both your new birds are gorgeous.
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Wonderful birds...the "white-edging to the 'brown' wing feathers" (in the hen) looks great!

Nev, would the "brown wing-markings" on the female (second bird) not be an indication of the presence of cinnamon gene?

It will be good to know...the hen do also appear to show either grey or mauve on the rump..

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