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she is my only green so dont really know what they should look like.

she has lots of yellow under her wings and on her tail. is it normal?

she is opaline but could she be split for recessive pied?













 

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Most opaline light greens don't have that much yellow but I have one very similar. Mine is masking a type 2 yellow face gene
 

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Most opaline light greens don't have that much yellow but I have one very similar. Mine is masking a type 2 yellow face gene
really..hum?

you dont think shes split for rec.pied? she not got a spot on her head though
 

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really..hum?

you dont think shes split for rec.pied? she not got a spot on her head though
The yellow is not a sign of recessive pied but that doesn't mean she is not split. A spot on the head is usually a sign that a bird is split for recessive pied but only some birds that are split show the spot.
 
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