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

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Default What color mutation is Juliet?

From my VERY limited knowledge of color mutations my guess is yellow faced reccessive sky blue pied. Or cinnomin? Opaline? I really have no clue LOL. I would like someone else's opinion! Thanks!






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She appears to be dilute recessive pied sky blue, but best to wait for an expert like Nev to come along.

I don't see any yellow in the small pictures, but if she has yellow face and tail coverts, she's also YF1.

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She does have a yellow face, and her whole body (except the blue parts) is a very very pale yellow. I don't know what tail coverts are...?
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Can't help with the mutation...but wanted to say she's really, really pretty.
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Type 1 yellow face greywing recessive pied.

I think greywing is her second mutation but the pictures are not clear enough to be sure. It could be cinnamon
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Is there anything I can do to tell greywing and cinnomin apart? Thanks sooooo much btw!!!!!
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Is there anything I can do to tell greywing and cinnomin apart? Thanks sooooo much btw!!!!!
Cinnamon:

https://www.****************/c_cinnamon.html

Greywing:

https://www.****************/c_dilution.html

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She's certainly a lovely little girl!
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Need some help here...
I'm new to budgies...
Can someone explain the difference between the 2nd picture in Greywing and the 2nd picture in dilute in the link https://www.****************/c_dilution.html
The GreyWing is darker than Dilute. But if we don't have a bird to compare with how can we tell the diference?
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