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which female would produce the most attractive chicks with my male blue spangle clearflight/dom.pied?..i would love to get an opinion:)

no.1 male
(below all females)

no.2 type 2 yellow face albino
no.3 green opaline
no.4 cinnamon violet df.dom pied
no.5 normal blue

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I would go with no.1 & no.3, wait isn't no.1 banana? she looks so cute I just wanna eat her. where did you get her?
no.1 is Blue my new budgie..got him at the pet shop last tuesday:)
banana is no.2 lol..because shes yellow:XD:
 

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I would say breed your male with Hen #4. Here are some of the mutations you might get in the chicks.

dominant pied
1 factor spangle
1 factor violet
cobalt
white base
All male chicks will carry cinnamon but wont show it.
You would only have 2 factor violets if your male has 1 factor violet
 

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I would say breed your male with Hen #4. Here are some of the mutations you might get in the chicks.

dominant pied
1 factor spangle
1 factor violet
cobalt
white base
All male chicks will carry cinnamon but wont show it.
You would only have 2 factor violets if your male has 1 factor violet
i have been told that the male could have 1 factor of violet..but i am hopeless with violet identification:XD:
would the females (some) cinnamon spangle..i think that would look nice esspecially if it were violet:)
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Definately go with the yellow face albino hen. All males will be split for albino, but no chicks will be albino unless the **** is split for it. With the YF2 and the spangle all in the mix, you should have some very pretty chicks.
 

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Definately go with the yellow face albino hen. All males will be split for albino, but no chicks will be albino unless the **** is split for it. With the YF2 and the spangle all in the mix, you should have some very pretty chicks.
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yf2 spangle chicks will be very nice:)
so males will be split for albino ey??oh deffinatly Banana then:D

on second though he could be split for Albino as there were loads of albinos in the same cage as him and were all this years chicks..mabey their related :)
 

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I don’t think your **** bird is both clearflight and dominant pied but if he is just add clearflight pied wherever I put dominant pied


No 2:
Yellow face spangle blue
Yellow face Dom pied blue
Yellow face Normal blue
Yellow face Spangle dominant pied blue
Spangle blue
Dom pied blue
Normal blue
Spangle dominant pied blue
No inos unless the **** is split but all males will be split for ino

No 3: If the hen is not split for blue
Spangle light green
Dom pied light green
Normal light green
Spangle dominant pied light green
If she is split for blue you’d also get:
Spangle sky blue
Dom pied sky blue
Normal sky blue
Spangle dominant pied sky blue
No opaline unless the **** is split but all males will be split for opaline

No 4:
Single factor dominant pied single factor violet
Single factor dominant pied blue
Double factor dominant pied single factor violet
Double factor dominant pied blue
Single factor dominant pied spangle single factor violet
Single factor dominant pied spangle blue
Double factor dominant pied spangle single factor violet
Double factor dominant pied spangle blue
No cinnamon unless the **** is split but all males will be split for cinnamon

No 5:
Spangle sky blue
Dom pied sky blue
Normal sky blue
Spangle dominant pied sky blue

Up to 25% of other mutations could appear if the birds have unknown recessive genes
 

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I don't think your **** bird is both clearflight and dominant pied but if he is just add clearflight pied wherever I put dominant pied

No 2:
Yellow face spangle blue
Yellow face Dom pied blue
Yellow face Normal blue
Yellow face Spangle dominant pied blue
Spangle blue
Dom pied blue
Normal blue
Spangle dominant pied blue
No inos unless the **** is split but all males will be split for ino

No 3: If the hen is not split for blue
Spangle light green
Dom pied light green
Normal light green
Spangle dominant pied light green
If she is split for blue you'd also get:
Spangle sky blue
Dom pied sky blue
Normal sky blue
Spangle dominant pied sky blue
No opaline unless the **** is split but all males will be split for opaline

No 4:
Single factor dominant pied single factor violet
Single factor dominant pied blue
Double factor dominant pied single factor violet
Double factor dominant pied blue
Single factor dominant pied spangle single factor violet
Single factor dominant pied spangle blue
Double factor dominant pied spangle single factor violet
Double factor dominant pied spangle blue
No cinnamon unless the **** is split but all males will be split for cinnamon

No 5:
Spangle sky blue
Dom pied sky blue
Normal sky blue
Spangle dominant pied sky blue

Up to 25% of other mutations could appear if the birds have unknown recessive genes
thankls a lot nev:)
 

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hi miss p ,
i reckon ur banana or the pied . Theyre all lovely whatever u pair up . Ive gt a hen df spangle white and am wondering do i put a grey spangle or sky blue spangle with her ? Wat u think ?

Chris , narna , dusty , dolly and smokey
 

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hi miss p ,
i reckon ur banana or the pied . Theyre all lovely whatever u pair up . Ive gt a hen df spangle white and am wondering do i put a grey spangle or sky blue spangle with her ? Wat u think ?

Chris , narna , dusty , dolly and smokey
well even if you put her with a normal budgie you'd have spangles as it is such a dominant gene. but i'd go with the grey..im a sucker for the greys:p
 
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