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Ok read this before answering the question.

i know 100% sure this bird is a violet..
thnx to the flash of the camera it doesnt show.

so dont say its not a violet because the flash made it hard to spot.

BUT

Cinnamon i cant spot without a flash..

i know that because he is a violet, cinnamon goes very dark to hardly see-able.

So.. my question is..

Is this a cinnamon???

i also have a picture of a pied cinnamon.. with the violet (cinnamon) behind her.

Take a close look and tell me what you think..

its not 100% black for sure.. and its not grey either...







take a very close look because its really hard to see :S
 

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Can't really tell from the pictures. The cinnamon gene lightens the body colour and the violet gene brightens it up so he could be just cobalt or a violet sky blue. A cinnamon violet will usually have brighter cheek patches than a plain cinnamon
 

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he doesnt have the bright cheeck patches...

like the cinnamon in the picture with him,

but the wings arent real black either...
 

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very beautiful indeed :D

my budgie is a bit darker then that though..
theres definetly a brownish tint inside his wing..

but is very very dark brown also cinnamon???
or does it has to be this light brown?
 
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