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I am not even sure what I would be calculating with the calculator, because I can only go on what I have been told the pair are, but wanted to ask here.

I have a male that is definitely a yellow face but is turquoise in color. He is absolutely gorgeous, but not sure what to place in the calculator. I have him paired with a Lutino hen.

I also have another male that is pied. His chest is splotched violet/ blue and white, his entire back is white along with his wings that are solid white as well. The only markings he has, other than on his chest is on his head and side of neck and he has some small black striping on it. I have him with a yellow cinnamon (seen below with a green before the pairing).

Any Ideas what these males are and what I may get with these pairings?

Thank you for all and any help!!! :)









 

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I see three males and a female.
The Yellow face you are talking about is actually looking
to be a YF2, due to him looking green, he;s actually blue.
I cant tell if hes normal or opaline.
They are all so gorgeous..
Your cinnamon green hen looks to be in breeding condition ^_^

Green is a dominant colour, so with a breeding a green bird
all offspring will be green unless the bird is split for blue, and
maybe even other mutations.
And your dominant factor clearflight skyblue male is sooo gorgeous!

Your female lutino cant be split for anything, but your males
may have some surprises :) Not positive on parings sorry

http://www.gencalc.com/gen/eng_genc.php?sp=0Budg
 

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I see three males and a female.
The Yellow face you are talking about is actually looking
to be a YF2, due to him looking green, he;s actually blue.
I cant tell if hes normal or opaline.
They are all so gorgeous..
Your cinnamon green hen looks to be in breeding condition ^_^

Green is a dominant colour, so with a breeding a green bird
all offspring will be green unless the bird is split for blue, and
maybe even other mutations.
And your dominant factor clearflight skyblue male is sooo gorgeous!

Your female lutino cant be split for anything, but your males
may have some surprises :) Not positive on parings sorry

http://www.gencalc.com/gen/eng_genc.php?sp=0Budg
Oh thank you!

These pics were taken last year before I paired them up.

What I did was paied the cinnamon with the dominant factor clearflight skyblue male and they have hatched on baby so far.

The yellowface is actually a turquoise color (the camera will not capture the beautiful color he is and that is a shame, for I have not seen one this color before) is paired with a lutino hen. They have three little fuzzies so far.

The green is a spare and I am not sure what to do with him, but he sure is a pretty little thing! I am looking for a mate for him, but they are not easy to find here.

I also have a spangle (?) with a blue male. No babies from those so far.



 

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Sorry, I'm no help. I couldn't figure it out either, but you have such pretty budgies! :love: Though, the two in the last picture look angry. :giggle:
Thank you SO much!

LOL! They DO look angry, don't they???? They HATE the camera, that is for sure. I wanted to get updated pics, but won't dare with them on eggs and babies. Don't want them even more angry with me! :eek:
 

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Or is the picture of my blue a cobalt spangle lacewing? Sheeesh! Can ya tell I am new to English budgies???? I know my lovebirds, but this is all new to me!

Thank you to all who can help SO very much!!!!
 

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Your spangle is not a lacewing. Here is a guide for mutations. it will help a lot :) do keep me updated on your babies. You know I want a male from the lutino pair :)
http://www.***************/colors.html

I hope all goes well!
Thank you!

And, you got it! You will be the first one I call if I have a male! :)

ETA: I have THIS page on my bookmarks, too! LOL Thanks!
 

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hi there,

your males are a cobalt or violet (i think violet) dominant pied and a skyblue yellow face 2 normal. both lovely looking birds.

what calculator are you using to work it out?
 

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hi there,

your males are a cobalt or violet (i think violet) dominant pied and a skyblue yellow face 2 normal. both lovely looking birds.

what calculator are you using to work it out?
Hi tonic!

Thank you so very much!

I was using the one that is on here. I have also tried the gencalc for Budgies, but I sure get confused with that one.
 
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