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I would love to know for sure what kind of budgies I have. Possum and Whizzbang have paired up so far. Thanks.

 

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wizzbang- yellowface type 2 normal (cobalt or violet)

possum- mauve dominant pied (she could be gray but her cheek patches look blue in that picture not steel blue like a gray's)

tinkerbell - Albino hen

Sparkles - recessive pied sky blue hen

Cosmo - green dominant pied (i want him!)

Gilbert - Yellowface type 2 opaline spangle (skyblue)

Edited by *Nerwen*

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Thank You!!! Thank you!! Yes, Cosmo is a gorgeous boy, a huge big gentle sweetheart about 14 months old. He had a lovely Lutino mate that died recently so he's a bit lost.

 

Tinkerbell's eyes look much redder because of the flash, in reality they look black. Is that unusual?

 

wizzbang- yellowface type 2 normal (cobalt or violet)

possum- mauve dominant pied (she could be gray but her cheek patches look blue in that picture not steel blue like a gray's)

tinkerbell - Albino hen

Sparkles - recessive pied sky blue hen

Cosmo - green dominant pied (i want him!)

Gilbert - Yellowface type 2 opaline spangle (skyblue)

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that much redness i still say ino not a DEC or doublefactor spangle which have normal black eyes.

 

Some ino's have dark red eyes.

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Cool! Who would you recommend pairing with who? Or what would suggest I look for to pair with these ones. I tried to bond Cosmo with Sparkles but she was soooo mean to him I couldn't stand it. Poor boy!

 

Thank You!!! Thank you!! Yes, Cosmo is a gorgeous boy, a huge big gentle sweetheart about 14 months old. He had a lovely Lutino mate that died recently so he's a bit lost.

 

Tinkerbell's eyes look much redder because of the flash, in reality they look black. Is that unusual?

 

wizzbang- yellowface type 2 normal (cobalt or violet)

possum- mauve dominant pied (she could be gray but her cheek patches look blue in that picture not steel blue like a gray's)

tinkerbell - Albino hen

Sparkles - recessive pied sky blue hen

Cosmo - green dominant pied (i want him!)

Gilbert - Yellowface type 2 opaline spangle (skyblue)

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Whizzbang – T2 yellow or golden face sky blue

 

Possum – Dominant pied violet grey (The cheek patches are too bright for a grey so she is probably violet grey)

 

Tinkerbell – Albino

 

Sparkles – Opaline recessive pied sky blue

 

Cosmo – Dominant pied light green

 

Gilbert – T2 yellow face opaline spangle sky blue

Edited by Neville

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Possum – Dominant pied violet grey (The cheek patches are too bright for a grey so she is probably violet grey)

 

Didn't think of Violet gray. it suits.

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Aw they are gorgeous! Love whizzbang! He looks full of fun! :)

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Yes Whizzy is hilarious and the ringleader of all budgie crime in the aviary. We love him. :)

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I want Gilbert. Mail him to me, I'll pay $50 plus shipping fees. Haha :lol: Everybody else named off your colors but I had to add that I think they are gorgeous. :wub: And I love the name Whizzbang, that's just beyond hilarious. Wish I was that creative.

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What makes Possum Violet Grey and not Mauve? I would have thought Mauve? Just trying to learn the difference.

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I love their names. Whizzbang the Terrible. It so suits him.

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I wondered about the violet/mauve thing too. In real life I would have said she looks very grey. On the back around her tail she is definitely a very deep grey.

 

We have a houseful of oddly named pets. We used have a a duck called Duck Vader, a chook called Chickzilla, and now one of the hens we have (ex battery girls) is a huge big monster of a rescue hen that towers above all the others (I don't know what breed she is) and has enormous muscular turkey legs.... we called her Attilla the Hen.

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