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Just posting a picture here of Dash to get someone to confirm his mutation?
Is he a recessive pied?
His green is quite an olive or even jade green........Will that green change and become brighter?
Underneath his tail it nearly looks blue in some spots........



 

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He looks like a Recessive Pied.
And yep the green will most likely become brighter with time.

Also he is a beautiful budgie, love how he is colored.
 

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if hes hasnt got an iris ring then yes if he has then hes double factor dominant pied
beautiful budgie:)
 

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WOW Really???
Not bad for a (AUS) $7 budgie!!! :D
I will post pics again as he matures.
Miss Parakeet, he is too young to potentially have an iris ring :)
The black spots on his wings are getting darker already.
He is a sweetie and I feel really lucky to have spotted him as there was an awful lot of choice where he came from ;)
 

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true but I'm sticking with Nev :D
Recessive pied, not dominant :)
 

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Such a pretty boy.
 

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If the pied type was anything other than recessive there would be no dark markings on the flight feathers
 

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If the pied type was anything other than recessive there would be no dark markings on the flight feathers
That's helpful information, thanks Nev you sure know what you're talking about :)
The dark spots on his wings seem to be getting darker by the day :)

He is still soooo quiet, hardly makes a peep :rolleyes: I'm sure it'll come though :D
 
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