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I'm wondering Jazzy's mutation. She is yellow with light green on her belly (reccesive pied?) But her wings and back have no black feathers at all. Only more light green flecks.

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The photos are not clear enough to tell but she could be a spangle or a spangle pied
 

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Need clearer pics but it looks like Dilute Pied at this stage.
 

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Definitely dominant pied. Looks very similar to mine (attached), which is Opaline Dilute Green. So I would say DOMINANT PIED DILUTE GREEN.

RipBudgies and Nev will have the final say.

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I would say she is a recessive pied dilute green spangle. I am new to mutations however so I could be wrong. I am sure Barrie or Nev could tell you more :)
 

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I see no Spangle. But I do see a Dilute Pied. As it is still baby wait for the iris rings to appear and if it gets them it is a Dutch Pied if not a Danish Pied. It is not a Aust Dom Pied as the body colour is positioned all wrong for it.
 

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RIP is right about the positioning of the body colour being wrong for a dominant pied, so dutch pied is more likely

Because I breed my birds for colour and mutation, not for showing, I often mix spangle with pied. This is something that show breeders are unlikely to do. This bird looks very similar to many of the spangle pieds I have bred
 
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