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I decided to post this here too lol :) help me determine his mutation.





and i want to breed him with my greywing skyblue spangle hen :) I do have the chance to get a Df spangle right?

 

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Doesn't look opaline to me. Also, I'm guessing he could also be recessive pied due to the yellow between his wings and lack of an iris ring.

And yes, your chicks will be either SF of DF spangle.
 

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Thanks Tracy :) I don't think he is rec. pied coz he has iris rings :) how I hope he is opaline too :p
 

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He's a Single Factor spangle Light Green. no Opaline in him. He has a strange tail though. :)

The hen is a clearwing Single Factor spangle skyblue.

Assuming the hen and the **** aren't split for anything, you can expect:

  • Normal Light greens
  • Single Factor spangle Light Greens
  • Yellow Double Factor spangle (masking Light Green)

All chicks split for Clearwing.
 

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He's a Single Factor spangle Light Green. no Opaline in him. He has a strange tail though. :)

The hen is a clearwing Single Factor spangle skyblue.

Assuming the hen and the **** aren't split for anything, you can expect:

  • Normal Light greens
  • Single Factor spangle Light Greens
  • Yellow Double Factor spangle (masking Light Green)

All chicks split for Clearwing.
I thought she's greywing haha! What's the difference between clearing ang greywing :) thanks btw
 

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I thought she's greywing haha! What's the difference between clearing ang greywing :) thanks btw
Clearwing is a mutated form of the Greywing mutation. Greywings have a lighter shade of body colour whereas a Clearwing has a normal intensity body colour.

clearwings also tend to have fainter mrkings on the wings, whereas greywings have deep grey markings.

you are welcome :)

Greywing



Clearwing

 

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Clearwing is a mutated form of the Greywing mutation. Greywings have a lighter shade of body colour whereas a Clearwing has a normal intensity body colour.

clearwings also tend to have fainter mrkings on the wings, whereas greywings have deep grey markings.

you are welcome :)

Greywing



Clearwing

Thank you! :D
 
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