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If only 1 parent is a clear flight pied and they have 5 babies

what would be percent I could except of Clear Flight Pied babies?

I'm just curious

They still have 3 more eggs to hatch well one was supposed to hatch yesterday and hasn't yet. the oldest 3 you can tell are pied already and just going by the younger 2's heads it looks like they're going to be pied as well (they have that bald smooth area that Pieds have it's where the clear patch "thumb print" comes in at :giggle: )

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What would-----?

Hi

It depends if the pied is single or double factor. Clearflight is a dominant form.
single factor should, I believe produce 50/50, While double factor should be 100%.

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Hope this helps. I think clearflight is the same as dominant pied, but if not it's a dominant mutation and will still give the same results.

 

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Thanks guys

Susan she's a Violet Grey wing Opaline

P.S. i've never heard of Double Factor Clear Flight pied

I know if both parents were Clear Flight Pied then yes I'd get 100% Clear flight pied. and yes Clear flight is dominant.
 

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I know if both parents were Clear Flight Pied then yes I'd get 100% Clear flight pied. and yes Clear flight is dominant.
If both parents were single factor clearflight pied you'd get:
50% single factor clearflight pied
25% double factor clearflight pied
25% normal
 

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If both parents were single factor clearflight pied you'd get:
50% single factor clearflight pied
25% double factor clearflight pied
25% normal
but DF Clear flight is just another one of those you can't tell its a df by looking at it unlike df dominant pied right?

for me I don't consider those types (like when both parents are Clear flight or if both were recessive pied) double factors - it's just too confusing for me :giggle:
 
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