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It depends on where you live mostly :) I have bred 3 from scratch as I could never find any close to me, but I know in other areas of the U.S they are easy to find.

They are more rare because they are a combination of 2 mutations that have crossed, a ino and a cinnamon, and it can be hard to get the genes to combine :)
 

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Do you mean a blue series lacewing?

As in a cinnamon albino?

I breed these myself and I don't class them as rare. It all depends on what people in your area are breeding.
 

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Lacewings ONLY come in yellow or white.

If your white Lacewing is showing a blue sheen, it's a poorly marked Lacewing. The show standard calls for a red eyed bird that is snow white with dark cinnamon markings.
 

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They were quite rare in my area until I started breeding them. I have never seen one in a pet shop and I could not find any breeders who bred them
 
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