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I am going to breed Cloud and Sonny, so I was wondering what the chicks outcome would be :)
Thanks!

Cloud is a grey violet opaline


And Sonny, a light green recessive pied split for blue
 

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:love: They are lovely and will make gorgeous babies!

There's a budgie on YouTube - his name is Sven - the channel name is " snoogly " . I want one that colour! :D

Heck, I'd like one every colour there is! LOL
 

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I'm not a mutations expert, but I'd like to give my guesses until the experts come along. :p

Recessive pied light green/blue **** bird x opaline grey violet hen:

All the male chicks will be normal split for opaline.
All the female chicks will be normal.

50% chicks will be green (or grey-green -- see below) split to blue.
50% chicks will be blue (or grey -- see below).

If the hen is sf grey, then 50% of the chicks will be grey and 50% will not.
If the hen is df grey, then 100% of the chicks will be grey.

If the hen is sf violet, then 50% of the chicks will be violet and 50% will not.
If the hen is df violet, then 100% of the chicks will be violet.
 

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Lovely birds Iris!!!

It depends from the grey and the violet factors..

1)Assuming that both factors are single you will have normal males and females:
grey green,green,grey green violet,green violet,grey blue,blue,grey blue violet,blue violet...
(both genders split to Rec.Pied,males split to Opaline,green series split to blue)

2)If both factors are double you will get normal males and females only in grey blue violet and grey green violet...(both genders split to Rec.Pied,males split to Opaline,green series split to blue)

3)If grey factor is double and violet single you will have normal males and females:
grey green,grey green violet,grey blue,grey blue violet...
(both genders split to Rec.Pied,males split to Opaline,green series split to blue)

4)If violet factor is double and grey single you will have normal males and females:
green violet ,grey green violet,blue violet,grey blue violet...
(both genders split to Rec.Pied,males split to Opaline,green series split to blue)

There is always a chance to see other hidden splits!!!
 

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I am almost posotive there are many other splits for them, can't wait to see my outcomes!
 

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I'm not a mutations expert, but I'd like to give my guesses until the experts come along. :p

Recessive pied light green/blue **** bird x opaline grey violet hen:

All the male chicks will be normal split for opaline.
All the female chicks will be normal.

50% chicks will be green (or grey-green -- see below) split to blue.
50% chicks will be blue (or grey -- see below).

If the hen is sf grey, then 50% of the chicks will be grey and 50% will not.
If the hen is df grey, then 100% of the chicks will be grey.

If the hen is sf violet, then 50% of the chicks will be violet and 50% will not.
If the hen is df violet, then 100% of the chicks will be violet.
Susan, stop degrading yourself! You know **** well what's going on.
 
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