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Hi there,

What would be the outcome if a light green opaline male was bred to a light green greywing possible opaline female?

Thank you!

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If the greywing is opaline and your male if not split for greywing and both birds are not split for blue all the chicks will be light green opalines split for greywing

If the greywing is not opaline and your male if not split for greywing and both birds are not split for blue all the female chicks will be opaline light green and the male chicks will be normal light green split for opaline

If your male is split for greywing half of the chicks will be greywing as well their other mutation
 

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If the greywing is opaline and your male if not split for greywing and both birds are not split for blue all the chicks will be light green opalines split for greywing

If the greywing is not opaline and your male if not split for greywing and both birds are not split for blue all the female chicks will be opaline light green and the male chicks will be normal light green split for opaline

If your male is split for greywing half of the chicks will be greywing as well their other mutation
Thanks Nev!

Vicki
 
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