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here are more questions about pairing ...
what will be the outcomes?

male+female

mauve normal cinnamon+Normal sky blue

yf1 colbalt recessive pied+sky blue opaline

dominant pied colbalt+dominant pied mauve violet

sorry if I post so much in genetics breeding season is coming up and I just got 20 more adult birds:eek:
 

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100% Cobalts, all females are Cinnamons and all males are normal split for Cinnamon.

50% Yf's, all chicks split for Rec. Pied--males being split for Opaline--, with 50% Cobalts and 50% Sky blues.

25% Sf Dominant Pied, 25% Df Dominant Pied, 50% Normals. Cobalts and Mauves, half being Sf Violet.
 

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Single factor Dominant Pied are like normal Dominant Pieds, with just the patch at the back of the head and the band around their front. Double factor Dominant Pieds look almost like Recessive pieds with their markings (very little) and come from Dominant Pied parents. They do have iris rings though.

The only difference is their appearance and the fact a Df Dominant pied paired to a normal has 100% Sf Dominant Pied offspring, for instance. (Dominant pied is dominant, like Spangle, so an Sf paired to a normal has 50% sf and 50% normal, etc)
 

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25% Sf Dominant Pied, 25% Df Dominant Pied, 50% Normals. Cobalts and Mauves, half being Sf Violet.
This should be: 50% Sf Dominant Pied, 25% Df Dominant Pied, 25% Normals. Cobalts and Mauves, half being Sf Violet
 
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