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Yesterday I got two lovely birds.

One is a lutino for sure. The other, I'm not so sure of. Most of its wings are yellow, with markings only at the very top. It has a pied spot maybe on the back of its head. The markings are all very light and look green. The body colour is vivid grass green (so I'm thinking the bird is dark green something or other).

Here are some crappy phone pictures. I'll get better ones later.



 

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Yep crappy pics , but i will give you my guess!

Cinnamon dominant pied dark green?

The bird is a sweetie!
 

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I thought maybe cinnamon too, but the markings are so light!

 

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Looks like a clearflighted pied with cinnamon wings.

Well it can't be a dilute variety since the body color is so strong so while it does not look like a brownwing variety, so I guess should be cinnamon?

Not sure, I might be wrong..
 

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I like how every answer is different. XD I'm confused too.
 

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The colour is really bright in the body, so I would agree with full body colour.
 

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I'd love to hear Lindsay's opinion!
 

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Some brighter pisc in natural lighting would be helpful :)

From these I would say you have a dark green full body greywing :) The body color looks bright for a normal greywing, but the cheek patches are not right for a clearwing. The pied markings look like they could be clearflight or dominant pied really, but I would lean toward clearflight :)
 
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