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L__J    0

Thats very interesting thanks Paulie and Nadene.

 

Good to know what sex the lutino is.

 

Will have to try find a albino boy.

 

The rest of apples clutch look like normals or Opaline.

 

 

Sandys nestbox is too early to call.

 

She is yellow face ino.

 

Just realized now I know this.

 

could I pair bart know his split ino up with sandy seems she is creamino would I get

 

Ino's?

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paulie    0

Not both split just Bart, hens can't be split for ino and the chick will be a hen.

 

should have said that both birds must carry the ino gene, but if the hen is not displaying Ino it is not carrying the gene as Nadene stated correctly that A hen cannot be split ino

 

could the chick be a Df spangle?

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L__J    0

its got red eyes and its yellow. :)

 

Last time I looked at my double factor spangle inside he has got black eyes.

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L__J    0

Not both split just Bart, hens can't be split for ino and the chick will be a hen.

 

should have said that both birds must carry the ino gene, but if the hen is not displaying Ino it is not carrying the gene as Nadene stated correctly that A hen cannot be split ino

 

could the chick be a Df spangle?

 

I think she meant the hen can't be split ino. but the male can. all ino's produced with this paring will be females only.

 

 

So outcomes would be

Normal Hen(could mean dominant pied, Opaline too or is it [sic]) + Split Ino Cock

25% Male normal

25% Male split for ino

25% Female normal

25% Female ino

 

Would I be correct?

 

 

just a note:

"[sic] means that’s really how it appears in the original.”"

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paulie    0

Not both split just Bart, hens can't be split for ino and the chick will be a hen.

 

should have said that both birds must carry the ino gene, but if the hen is not displaying Ino it is not carrying the gene as Nadene stated correctly that A hen cannot be split ino

 

could the chick be a Df spangle?

 

I think she meant the hen can't be split ino. but the male can. all ino's produced with this paring will be females only.

 

 

So outcomes would be

Normal Hen(could mean dominant pied, Opaline too or is it [sic]) + Split Ino Cock

25% Male normal

25% Male split for ino

25% Female normal

25% Female ino

 

Would I be correct?

 

 

just a note:

"[sic] means that’s really how it appears in the original.”"

Yes. put my head down with pen and paper and worked it out, on paper this should be correct.

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robyn    0

I know I am the worst person for genetics BUT If apples is a green dom..pied and can't be split, how would the chick be an ino if BOTH parents have to carry the gene, like hen a visiual ino, cock split? or am I still off the mark?

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Nadene    0

Both parents don't have to be carrying the gene to get the ino chick but since it is only Bart the chick will be a hen. If you want to produce ino cocks you have to have an ino hen to start with.

 

My first ino chick came out of a pied hen and a normal blue male (chick didn't make it), then I put him down with a opaline grey hen and he produced 2 lacewing hens.

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L__J    0

one and only fledged chick of the teddies.

Teddies are sitting on 3 eggs.

mean while apples and sandy have 7 chicks between them.

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Both parents don't have to be carrying the gene to get the ino chick but since it is only Bart the chick will be a hen. If you want to produce ino cocks you have to have an ino hen to start with.

 

This is correct, as long as your male is split to ino you are able to breed female ino's and to be able to produce a male ino I believe you need a female ino and also a male split to ino.

 

Females are unable to be split for ino, they are either a visual ino or not a ino at all.

 

Thanks

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L__J    0

Here is a surprise.

 

 

Today I noticed my Creamino Sandy her nestbox has 3 ino babies and 1 chick with black eyes.

 

So this is a good out come, I wonder what sex these will be.

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L__J    0

The Lutino the oldest chick, the one I will be keeping.

hl94.jpg

 

o8ib.jpg

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paulie    0

Pretty bird L_J

 

 

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L__J    0

she fell out of the nest the other morning found her in the corner of the aviary, had to pick her up and put her back.

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L__J    0

Lets have a update.

 

Apples + Bart

1 Lutino(female) = fleged

2 Olive Green Normal (male) = fleged

3 Olive Green Opaline (female) = fleged she took while to learn to fly

Second Round

5 Eggs = Yet to hatch

 

Tilly + Sonic

1 Unsure = In nest

I fostered eggs to her nest unsure who parents are will know soon once it feathers come in a bit more.

 

Sandy + Camo

all are looking like males

1 Yellow face Albino = soon to fleg

2 Albino = soon to fleg

3 Albino = still to soon to fleg

4 seafoam(I think) Yellow face Opaline grey wing = still to soon to fleg

 

The Teddies(mrs + mr teddie)

1 Blue Normal = felged

second round

1 recently hatched

2 recently hatched

3 recently hatched today

4 still to hatch

5 still to hatch

 

June + Butters

sitting on 5

 

Skye's sister + Lighting

sitting on 5 I think don't like to disturb her as she doesn't use the concave

 

Skye1 + thunder

I am unsure at the moment she is still laying

 

Well its busy busy busy.

 

I will have to remove all the fleged babies soon as I see them eating by them selfs

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Nadene    0

You have your hands full :D

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L__J    0

Pair One

8yyd.jpg

 

jvwo.jpg

 

These lot have 2 chicks

 

85up.jpg

g7aa.jpg

 

Not sure what this chick is anyone wanna have a shot

the other one is like it as well

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robyn    0

Not up with genetics but I'd say rec? clear flight sky pied. close as I'd get, JUST A REALLY ROUGH GUESS, l.o.l.

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