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Dear members,
In case you wondered why yellow-faced skyblue budgies are in both types 1st & 2nd.

Photo: Left: adult male single factor yellow-faced type 2nd skyblue normal spangle budgie.
Right: adult male single factor yellow-faced type 1st skyblue opaline spangle budgie.
 

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Thanks for the photo Clinton. I think it just goes to show how photos and computer screen quality can alter ones perceptions. On my screen both the budgies appear to have a green tinge to their bodies, aka the yellow has diffused through the body making them both single factor yellowface type II
 
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