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These are my babies that are just weaned. A very nice person emailed me saying he would like to gain more pairs to breed in the future and blah blah blah. So I am now interested in what these babies would produce.

All of these guys are babies and are not going to be bred until they are a year old! None of them are related. I tried a little paring up to give him suggestions and I wanted to make sure the outcomes and mutations were correct.

males are on the left, females right.

Pair 1: Male green opaline split ino. female yellow face


Pair 2: Male light green dominant pied split ino. female blue yellow face type 1 dominant pied


Pair 3: Male normal blue split ino dominant pied. female skyblue greywing


Pair 4: Male light green dominant pied split ino. female grey opaline dominant pied


Pair 5: Male normal green 1 dark factor split ino, female albino


Pair 6: Male skyblue greywing. female grey opaline


Pair 7: Male grey yellow face type 2 split cinnamon. female albino


Once again they are not being bred. I was just curious what these pairings I did would produce. Thank you. If I am wrong on a mutation please correct me as well! :D
 

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Oh I love a challenge!

Pair #1
100% green unless the male is split for blue
100% opaline females
100% normal males
100% males split for ino
100%split for opaline

Pair #2
100%green unless male is split for blue
25% double factor dominant pied
50% single factor dominant pied
25% normal
100% opaline females
50% ino females
if you have any blue chicks 50% will be yellow face

Pair #3
Your male can't be split for dominant pied it's a dominant mutation
100% blues
50% albino females
100% normals unless the male is split for grey wing

Pair #4
100% green unless male is split for blue
I'm not sure on the % but some grey green as well as just normal green
25% double factor dominant pied
50% single factor dominant pied
25% normal
100% opaline

Pair #5
100% green unless male is split for blue
50% ino males
50% normal males
50% ino females
50% normal females
100% split for ino male

Pair #6
100% normal unless male is split for opaline or female is split for greywing
100%blue some greys not sure on %
100% males split for opaline

Pair #7
100%normal males
50% cinnamon females
50% normal females
blues and greys not sure on %
50% yellow face
100% males split for albino
50% split for cinnamon

Woo hoo If I'm wrong please correct me
 

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Pair 1: Male green opaline split ino. female yellow face albino
Assuming the male is not split for blue
50% lutino of both sexes
25% opaline green females
25% normal green males split for opaline & ino
(Yellow face will only show in the outcome if the male is split for blue)


Pair 2: Male light green dominant pied split ino. female blue yellow face type 1 dominant pied
If the male is not split for blue:
25% lutino females
6.25% opaline green females
12.5% single factor dominant pied opaline females
6.25% double factor factor dominant pied opaline females
25% single factor dominant pied green males
12.5% double factor dominant pied males
12.5% normal green males


Pair 3: Male normal blue split ino dominant pied. female skyblue greywing (The male can’t be split for dominant pied)
If the male is not split for greywing or dilute:
25% albino females
25% sky blue females
50% normal sky blue males


Pair 4: Male light green dominant pied split ino. female grey opaline dominant pied
If the male is not split for blue:
25% opaline green single factor dominant pied
25% opaline grey green single factor dominant pied
12.5% opaline green double factor dominant pied
12.5% opaline grey green double factor dominant pied
12.5% opaline green
12.5% opaline grey green


Pair 5: Male normal green 1 dark factor split ino, female albino
If the male is not split for blue:
50% lutino of both sexes
50% normal green


Pair 6: Male skyblue greywing. female grey opaline
If the male is not split for opaline & the female is not split for greywing:
50% normal blue
50% normal grey


Pair 7: Male grey yellow face type 2 split cinnamon. female albino
6.25% blue cinnamon females
6.25% grey cinnamon females
6.25% yellow face blue cinnamon females
6.25% yellow face grey cinnamon females
6.25% normal blue females
6.25% normal grey females
6.25% yellow face blue females
6.25% yellow face grey females
12.5% normal blue males
12.5% normal grey males
12.5% yellow face blue males
12.5% yellow face grey males
 

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Oh my goodness you guys are so good! Thank you so much! So then the mark on the back of their heads mean what then?

Thanks again!
 

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So then the mark on the back of their heads mean what then?
The only one that I can see a head spot on is the female in pair 2. This spot is just part of her mutation. If any of the others have head spots that are not part of their mutations it could be because they are split for recessive pied
 
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