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Hi everyone. I have added 3 more budgies to my stock. (after isolation of course). I like to officially introduce them after this stage.
I got them from a local breeder who wanted to get rid of some of his stock so he just gave them to me :p He told me the female is a single factor violet and I didnt ask about the male. He also looks a bit like a single factor violet or maybe hes just a deep cobalt. he also said both of them are about 2yrs old. Would love to breed the two and keep the violet gene.
They are both unrelated. I also have another **** which will be introduced very soon! so watch this space! :)



she looks more violet in person, couldnt get the camera to show her violet.

 

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They are both beautiful! I believe the male is violet.. It is hard to catch purple on a camera, but it looks violet to me. If you were to breed them, here are the offspring possibilities:

25% Double-Factor Violet
50% Single-Factor Violet
25% Normal
100 Opaline (I believe)
Not sure about yellowface

Not exactly 100% positive on these, but I'm pretty sure these are correct.b
 

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They are both beautiful! I believe the male is violet.. It is hard to catch purple on a camera, but it looks violet to me. If you were to breed them, here are the offspring possibilities:

25% Double-Factor Violet
50% Single-Factor Violet
25% Normal
100 Opaline (I believe)
Not sure about yellowface

Not exactly 100% positive on these, but I'm pretty sure these are correct.b
Agree. 50% will be Yellowface by the way.
 
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