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I came across this while I was researhing mutations yesterday, it is quite interesting! A Seafoam Yellow Faced or Kerle Face Blue. which looks like a yellowface 2 sf with no yellow on the cap.

Has anyone heard of this before or seen one? I love the contrast

https://www.rarebudgerigarclub.org.au/info2.htm

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That is awesome! I have never heard or seen this before Thanks for sharing, I wonder if anyone has ever come across this!
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That is awesome! I have never heard or seen this before Thanks for sharing, I wonder if anyone has ever come across this!
I know I agree!
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Thanks for sharing this- it is really interesting! This is just another example of how cool the world is, especially genetics.
I wonder if anyone on the forum has run across this? Those are such pretty birds and more pictures could be great!
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Thanks for sharing this- it is really interesting! This is just another example of how cool the world is, especially genetics.
I wonder if anyone on the forum has run across this? Those are such pretty birds and more pictures could be great!
Sure thing!

I am interested to see if anyone has too, I would love to know more about them
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I have seen this site and these birds several times. From what I understand, everyone is super jazzed because they think they're this much closer to creating a white faced green bird. But that makes no sense to me because these are blue birds, not green. I, personally, don't care for the look of these birds. Also, someone on another site said it was somehow related to the opaline gene, but I have no idea how. There are also people on the budgie facebook page that argue these birds aren't real or the pics are photoshopped. I don't think that's the case. Guess we'll see if they start popping up anywhere else. I don't know much else than that. Maybe someone else does....
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I have seen this site and these birds several times. From what I understand, everyone is super jazzed because they think they're this much closer to creating a white faced green bird. But that makes no sense to me because these are blue birds, not green. I, personally, don't care for the look of these birds. Also, someone on another site said it was somehow related to the opaline gene, but I have no idea how. There are also people on the budgie facebook page that argue these birds aren't real or the pics are photoshopped. I don't think that's the case. Guess we'll see if they start popping up anywhere else. I don't know much else than that. Maybe someone else does....
Hmm that is interesting. I can see how it some might think that it would be closer to making a white faced green bird in a sense if it is actually removing the yellow where we would normally expect it to be in a yellowface mutation, but if it is a completely new mutation it would not be anymore unusual than a sf yellowface 1 having the yellow mostly only on the face.

I doubt they are photoshopped too, especially if they are on reputable sites where some research must have gone into the creditability before it was mentioned.

We shall see I think the contrast is interesting, I bet it would look best with dark factor birds
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I agree. An olive bird with a white face would be super awesome.
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I agree. An olive bird with a white face would be super awesome.
I meant the seafoam mutation If you had a mauve or grey seafoam it would almost look like a green whiteface
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Oh my bad. I thought you meant white faced green.

Yeah, dark factored seafoam would be pretty.
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