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Awww, thank you! I'm surprised she's a recessive pied, though, because I thought recessive pieds lack irises. In addition, she does not have any black markings.
 

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I cant really see a good picture of her eye :p If she has an iris , then shes a skyblue DF dom. pied :p sorry for the confusion
 

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Correct . She has markings that look ress. BUT has an iris . She does not really have the black stripes on her head to show the dom pied " spot " :p There fore shes a DF dom pied... your welcome!
 

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looks like a grey wing to me, I see grey "stripes" instead of the normal black there for she wouldn't have any black markings only grey
 

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Thank you again for the feedback and compliment! Here are a couple more pics; do they resolve the debate whether she's a skyblue doublefactor dominant pied or a sky blue opaline spangle dominant pied?
 

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Thank you again for the feedback and compliment! Here are a couple more pics; do they resolve the debate whether she's a skyblue doublefactor dominant pied or a sky blue opaline spangle dominant pied?
She's not a double factor dominant pied but in the new pictures she looks to be opaline greywing dominant pied rather than opaline spangle dom pied
 

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She's not a double factor dominant pied but in the new pictures she looks to be opaline greywing dominant pied rather than opaline spangle dom pied
Neville, I just took another look at her. The areas that look light gray in the photos are really light blue. Also, I do see spangle (white with blue edges). Thus, I agree with your initial analysis: sky blue opaline spangle dominant pied.

Thanks again! :D
 
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