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I just couldn't let this little girl stay where she was!

Would she be a DF violet? she is a beautiful deep violet colour.

There seems to be a faint tinge of cinnamon to her flights.

I know she is opaline but is she a greywing also?

No flash was just, just natural lighting.

 

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I'm not sure of the mutations, but just wanted to say she is a pretty little thing :grouphug:

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Appears to be a cinnamon opaline violet, as for the single or double factor violet i think only the breeder could tell you as visually it is almost impossible to know

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Very pretty, looks cinamon.

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Yes I agree with clearwing, she looks cinnamon opaline violet to me and for DF or single would be very hard to tell, I am breeding violets here and I can't tell who is single or Df violet, I can mainly tell when they breed.

Maybe a more experience breeder would know :grouphug:

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SO Beautiful!!

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Yes I agree with clearwing, she looks cinnamon opaline violet to me and for DF or single would be very hard to tell, I am breeding violets here and I can't tell who is single or Df violet, I can mainly tell when they breed.

Maybe a more experience breeder would know :)

 

im not more experienced but i have had violet experience also for long time

and df violets you know are that only when breeding as all chicks are visually violet in the out come of clutch colors(provided its a blue based bird its paired too you can see this

if paired to a green all chicks would be violet green

 

its alot more to it than that but its late and im tied

theirs an artical by someone bergrman im not sure of spelling or name but hes a known person

he has a writing on violets and how to tell different s

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Typical female..............checking out the sales brochures for post Christmas sales :)

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:):DB)
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