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I have 1 pair (Firecracker and Aurora) together with 5 eggs and I am wondering what to expect. I also have 3 other pairs that are going to be bred later this year.

Firecracker and Luna
Firecracker: normal green split ino and opaline
  • Dad: dominant pied opaline green
  • Mom: albino

Aurora: skyblue spangle opaline



Cheeko and Flash (fall pair)
Cheeko: blue spangle split ino

Flash: green opaline
  • Dad: dominant pied green opaline
  • Mom: albino



Mustang and Luna (winter pair)
Mustang: double factor spangle.
  • Dad: blue spangle split ino
  • Mom: skyblue spangle opaline

Luna: lutino masking 1 dark factor, opaline, single factor dominant pied.



Storm and Athena (winter pair)
Storm: normal grey yellow face type 2
  • Dad: normal grey yellow face type 2 split ino
  • Mom: type 2 yellow face grey cinnamon dominant pied

Athena: albino masking spangle
  • Dad: blue spangle split ino
  • Mom: skyblue opaline spangle



Thanks so much!
 

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they are beautifully paired!2 cannot wait to see the babies! it's gonna be great. keep us posted please!
 

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Wow they are so beautiful, can't wait to see the little ones.
 

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I have 1 pair (Firecracker and Aurora) together with 5 eggs and I am wondering what to expect. I also have 3 other pairs that are going to be bred later this year.

Firecracker and Luna
Firecracker: normal green split ino and opaline
  • Dad: dominant pied opaline green
  • Mom: albino

Aurora: skyblue spangle opaline
(Firecracker will also be split for blue)
25% lutino
25% albino
6.25% normal green
6.25% spangle green
6.25% normal blue
6.25% spangle blue
6.25% opaline green
6.25% opaline spangle green
6.25% opaline blue
6.25% opaline spangle blue
Cheeko and Flash (fall pair)
Cheeko: blue spangle split ino

Flash: green opaline
  • Dad: dominant pied green opaline
  • Mom: albino
12.5% albino female
12.5% lutino female
6.25% normal blue female
6.25% normal green female
6.25% spangle blue female
6.25% spangle green female
12.5% normal blue male
12.5% normal green male
12.5% spangle blue male
12.5% spangle green male
(No opaline unless Cheeko is split for opaline)
Mustang and Luna (winter pair)
Mustang: double factor spangle.
  • Dad: blue spangle split ino
  • Mom: skyblue spangle opaline

Luna: lutino masking 1 dark factor, opaline, single factor dominant pied.
25% spangle green
25% spangle dominant pied green
25% opaline spangle green
25% opaline spangle dominant pied green
There is a 50% chance that Mustang has inherited the split ino from his dad, if he has half of the chicks will be ino.
No blue series unless Luna is split for blue
Storm and Athena (winter pair)
Storm: normal grey yellow face type 2
  • Dad: normal grey yellow face type 2 split ino
  • Mom: type 2 yellow face grey cinnamon dominant pied

Athena: albino masking spangle
  • Dad: blue spangle split ino
  • Mom: skyblue opaline spangle
6.25% yellow face blue male
6.25% yellow face grey male
6.25% blue male
6.25% grey male
6.25% yellow face spangle blue male
6.25% yellow face spangle grey male
6.25% spangle blue male
6.25% spangle grey male
3.125% yellow face blue female
3.125% yellow face grey female
3.125% blue female
3.125% grey female
3.125% yellow face spangle blue female
3.125% yellow face spangle grey female
3.125% spangle blue female
3.125% spangle grey female
3.125% yellow face cinnamon blue female
3.125% yellow face cinnamon grey female
3.125% cinnamon blue female
3.125% cinnamon grey female
3.125% yellow face spangle cinnamon blue female
3.125% yellow face spangle cinnamon grey female
3.125% spangle blue cinnamon female
3.125% spangle cinnamon grey female
If Storm has inherited the split ino from his dad half of the chicks will be ino
 

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Thank you so much nev! I did great paring them! I am looking for blue and green spangles, cinnamons, grey spangles, and dominant pied spangles! Would you switch them around any other way?
 
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