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Hi everyone! Hope everyone is well.
I'm stumped on one of the new babies mutation. I didn't know Theo was also split ino as none of the other (5) babies came out ino.
So far from what I can see and tell she has red eyes (noticed from birth) and is coming out all yellow, not a very intense yellow like most lutinos and has clear flight feathers. I need a debriefing on this I think :p

Parents are Molly and Theo
Theo is a sf violet df golden face opaline split for cinnamon and now apparently ino
Molly is a sf violet oplaine













Tell me what you guys think :)
 

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I have no idea what to tell you Helen, this is indeed a mystery :p
All I can say is that your baby is VERY pretty! Well that was expected considering how beautiful the parents are :)
 

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Beautiful clutch. I am anxious to see what the mutation is. I had a yellow faced cobolt blue that had that shade of yellow. It is just lovely. Clearly with the red eyes though it can't be that. Creamino??
 

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i would think it will be a golden face albino, or creamino i think some people call them.

if the male is df golden face then all the chicks will be sf golden face. as both parents are blue it cannot be a lutino.
 

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Maybe she will look like my bird Honey (although Honey doesn't have red eyes). They are beautiful chicks.

Grow big and strong little guys! :D
 

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i would think it will be a golden face albino, or creamino i think some people call them.

if the male is df golden face then all the chicks will be sf golden face. as both parents are blue it cannot be a lutino.
What tonic has said is exactly right
 
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