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Hmmmmm.... So if I bred Sparta (Normal Cobalt) with a Dominant Pied Sky blue, what would be my possible outcomes?

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Hmmmmm.... So if I bred Sparta (Normal Cobalt) with a Dominant Pied Sky blue, what would be my possible outcomes?

 

 

They will only be able to make combination pieds if both of them are split to recessive pied. You should start a new thread for this question. :)

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What about the relationship between clearflight pieds and dompieds? Could it be possible that CFP's are just lightly marked dominant pieds?

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What about the relationship between clearflight pieds and dompieds? Could it be possible that CFP's are just lightly marked dominant pieds?

 

 

No, they are separate mutations. If you combine clearflight pied with recessive pied, you get a dark eyed clear. That doesn't happen when you combine the dominant pied gene with recessive pied.

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Wow, bizarre!! So are we also saying that there are no such birds as double factor dominant pieds? I have a skye cock bird who is nearly white with one black eye and one with a white iris, and a pink cere, what would he be?

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Wow, bizarre!! So are we also saying that there are no such birds as double factor dominant pieds? I have a skye cock bird who is nearly white with one black eye and one with a white iris, and a pink cere, what would he be?

Double factor dominant pieds are quite common. Your bird could be a double factor dominant pied

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Since first reading this topic I actually did some breeding of my own, and have bred some spectacular combination pieds! If only I can upload the pictures to share.

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