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Discussion Starter · #23 ·
this is what i found :D

GREYWING SKYBLUE (LIGHT BLUE)

General body colour: back, rump, breast, flanks and underparts skyblue 50% of normal body colour depth of an even shade throughout
Mask: white, ornamented by six evenly spaced large round grey throat spots, the outer two being partially covered by the base of the cheek patches. The white of the mask extending over the frontal and crown, to merge with the grey undulations at the back of the head. The frontal and crown should be clear and free from all markings.
Markings: on cheeks, back of head, neck and wings; grey with a well-defined white edge, all markings should be free from any intrusion of body colour.
Cere: blue in cocks, brown in hens
Eyes: black with a white iris.
Cheek patches: light violet.
Primary wing flights: grey with a minimal white edge
Primary tail feathers: grey with a blueish tinge
Feet and legs: blue/grey mottled

her cheeks are not light violet, are just violet :S
about the cheeks, is it normal? it doesnt match
 

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there is always some variation in individuals. if you are still not sure then try posting another picture or two, from the front and the back maybe...
 

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dont worry guys, and thank you i understood that my budgie is a greywing but as you said, she has some individual differences :D

soon ill show you pics of the the babies so you can tell me their mutations :D

thank you very much you were very helpful
 

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Discussion Starter · #27 ·
the babies are on budgie breeding journal :D they are green

the last budgie of my flock
















it's a male :D
 

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what happened? don't you know its mutation?
please someone tell me the mutation of this new budgie :)
 

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The cheek patches and the body colour are very bright - I think it is probably a light green full body colour greywing
 

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nev has more experience with these varieties than me, so i would go with what he says. a full bodied greywing is a bird with both a greywing gene and a clearwing gene, rather than a normal greywing which has two greywing genes...
 

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i went over this post, and

why did you say that it could be opaline??
With a recessive pied like Cani it is sometimes difficult to be sure if opaline is also present because the pied markings are random. I breed opalines with my recessive pieds because I like the combination and some look similar to Cani
 

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Discussion Starter · #36 ·
ok, understood...
now, these are the babies:













well, tell me their mutation and if you can, their sex :D
 

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Discussion Starter · #37 ·
more pics of the babies for you to tell me their mutations :D















and another one i just bought, he is alone in a cage(quarentin)







it's supposed to be a male, what do you think? i see him violet yellow face

tell me sexes and mutations of these budgies

cheers
 

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Opaline greywing dark green female

Opaline olive - I think male but not positive

Yellow face cobalt violet male
 

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Discussion Starter · #40 · (Edited)
i'm sorry to tell you that this budgie escaped :(

...i want you to tell me what i could get from my budgies, something that i could breed...opinions :D
 
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