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I agree with lindsey about the mutations.

If the green bird is not split for blue or opaline and your blue bird is not split for any of the dilute mutations, you can expect:
50% normal green
50% dominant pied green
 

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I agree with lindsey about the mutations.

If the green bird is not split for blue or opaline and your blue bird is not split for any of the dilute mutations, you can expect:
50% normal green
50% dominant pied green
Please look at the pics I just put up. Baby1 appears blue. Does this mean my Mikey is split for blue? If that's even possible?:p
 

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Baby one looks like a normal sky blue so Mikey must be split for blue

Baby two is a dominant pied green. The down looks very white so it could also be opaline which would prove that the dad is split for opaline.
 
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