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Pictures 1 and 2: The one with bright blue cere is male; the other 4 are females.
Picture 3: Male on left and female on right.
Picture 4: Female.
 

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First picture from top left:
Opaline cobalt female
Opaline cobalt male (adult)
Opaline cobalt female (possibly violet)
(bottom) Greywing sky blue female

Second picture:
(front) Opaline sky blue female

Third picture:
Yellow face greywing sky blue male
Lutino female

Fourth picture:
(red eyed) Fallow sky blue female
 

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Lotsa opalines. That fallow is interesting. I had the mutations on all the others but no idea what that one was. She doesn't look exhibition type so I wonder where that came from.
 

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thanks dear nev90 for your detailed explanation ...could you please post a true Violet Budgie pic ? can i get any true violet offspring from this parents? if not then which parents should i exchange ? thanks.
also thanks to susan (for differentiating male & female..lol..good job ... Congratulation).
Thanks dear Akane for your honest curiosity.
#1 pic, Opaline cobalt Adult male+ Grey wing skyblue female are the parents & rest 2 + Opaline skyblue female (Pic #2) are their chicks ... ...
dear akane, i do have couple of similar fallows, these are normal Budgie, would post those pic later.
 
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