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This budgie is beeding o f mine and I had never have know variety, I thought about INO, but eyes are not so many red; Lacewing trhe same; fallow doesn't have any other feather color than yelow, white or cinnamon. Also pictures are recents, she is more than a year old.
color eyes: dark red

bacK: you can see, any other color than yelow, cinnamon or white


Down seeying: only yelow

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parents:male dilute sky CA II female malve spit to dilutte

there are three more sisters but they are ot CA only white some with a lot of cinnamon marks and dark red ayes, and an other almost white ( the white on the left)

Ok. thir are almost all dates I have. What do you think?
 

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My husband is vet.
I desparasity (is it a right spelling?). I do it myself. Tomorrow I do it again I had't see it or best said I didn't think that was mites.
 

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hmmm I know a helpful site called budgie place or something, that could help you for now.
 

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Im a bit unclear about who the parents are, but if i was to take a stab at mutation based solely on pictures, I would say she appears to be a Yellow face type 2 lacewing spangle with some suffusion. She may alternatively be carrying dilute or greywing.
 

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Fallow budgies are available in all colours so if fallow was combined with dilute and yellow face I expect the result would look like this bird.

Her markings look a bit like spangle but if those are her parents she can't be a fallow spangle or a lacewing spangle. A poorly marked lacewing is another possibility. If the white chicks are all female it suggests that you have a sex-linked mutation
 

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I think given the sisters have similar markings minus the YF2, she is probably a YF2 dilute lacewing. If those are her parents she cant be spangle, so the other possibility is that the dilute has markedly affected her cinnamon markings as seen.

And I agree - she does appear to have either mites or a bacterial infection around her eye.
 

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If the white chicks are all female it suggests that you have a sex-linked mutation
I'm agree about this. Only females pnly one yelow face others three white with very very light making.
Her markings look a bit like spangle
I'm suer she is not spangle neither parens are so.

fallow was combined with dilute and yellow face
fallow plus dilutted may be this combination makes we can't see any blue feather on them? because I saw some fallow pintures in a web but always you can see althought a very very light blue on feathers.

this one look very likely, but it's true that picture doesn't shows a lot...
 
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