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The female is an opaline spangle mauve

i dont know the male's mutation(can you tell me?)


What is his mutation and will the baby be?
thnx in advance!:D
 

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Someone will be along soon, I know it's hard to wait.
You have a beautiful pair, SPANGLES are my favorite! :)
 

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yeah,this is the longest i ever had to wait for a reply:(
 

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:mad: I haven't worked with mutations like that before! I have no idea but I bet they will be adorable with the spangle hen!
 

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He is a opaline but it is hard to see what his true color is, in the first picture he looks different than the second... Can you post some clear pics in natural lighting? :)

Sometimes it can take a day or 2 for someone to get back to you, but if you are patient you will get an answer ;)
 

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Male opaline mauve + female opaline spangle mauve = 50% opaline mauve and 50% opaline spangle mauve.

2nd photo: male Opaline mauve.
 

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Srry everyone those were two completely different mths. The second picture is his true coloring:)
Lindsey-srry,i was really anxious for an answer:eek:
 

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I'm on a different computer now and the pictures look clearer.
Your female looks opaline spangle mauve and the male looks opaline sky blue.
The expected result is:
50% opaline cobalt
50% opaline spangle cobalt

If you get any sky blue chicks it will mean that the hen is cobalt not mauve
 
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