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Hi everyone!
I would to know:
What is the perfect couple of budgies to have perfect ino budgies?
Without bars, soffusions, etc.?
Daddy and mom gotta be pieds? Opalines? dilutes? Cinnamons?
Note this is a ipothetic couple, for my curiosity.
Thank you everybody!:):)

p.s. I have a ino blue female, now, named Fuji:)
 

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I would say you need to buy two albinos with no suffusion. If you are looking for a 100% white bird but don't care much about the red eyes you can also get double factor spangleds or dark eyed clears. I hope that helps.
 

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Thank you Bridget :)
but I would like to pair a Fuji's son (split to ino) with a....???? female.
In future, for sure, Fuji now is 4 months old, and I don't know yet wich mutation she masks! I have coupled with a dom. pied skyblue sf./opaline.
Fuji is a violet (I don't know if blue, cobalt or mauve) opaline ino hen.
I gotta wait a lot of time for my dreams come true, I Know!
Thank you for your help!:):)
 

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Starting with inos from a good breeder that do not have any visible barring would be best, since it can take many generations to improve these kinds of flaws. And many breeders will use grey to lessen the suffusion of an ino rather than blue :)
 

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Starting with inos from a good breeder that do not have any visible barring would be best, since it can take many generations to improve these kinds of flaws. And many breeders will use grey to lessen the suffusion of an ino rather than blue :)
Thank you for this answer!! You tell what I wanted to know!
Scuse me for retard!!:budgie:
 
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