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Alright, well I guess you can guess why I'm here. I'm back in the budgie world and I want to know what my birds are and you lovely people are the ones to help me. Oh, I can make some guesses but I've forgotten most of what I used to know and I'm too lazy to go back and research it from the start so I've come to you guys. Thanks!

 

 

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I'm dreadfully sorry about the horrible pictures.... They will improve I promise!

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Hi,

I'm not to good with mutations but I have had a shot at what I think they are. Other people will clarify.

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Opaline grey wing or possibly a Texas Clear body. Will need pictures of back.

 

 

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Olive green, looks like he may have scaley mites on his beak.

 

 

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Sky blue recessive pied

 

 

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Green spangle

 

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Alright, well I guess you can guess why I'm here. I'm back in the budgie world and I want to know what my birds are and you lovely people are the ones to help me. Oh, I can make some guesses but I've forgotten most of what I used to know and I'm too lazy to go back and research it from the start so I've come to you guys. Thanks!

 

 

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I agree with Budgielov3r about this one.

 

2) DSC_3127.jpegI think this one is a dark green

 

 

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Dominant pied cobalt- note the iris rings. It appears to be violet factored around the neck, so I suppose it could be a sky violet. They can mimic cobalts.

 

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Spangle dark green

 

I'm dreadfully sorry about the horrible pictures.... They will improve I promise!

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Thanks guys! Budgies 3&4 are paired and she has just started laying eggs. I'm pretty excited about getting back in to all this fun stuff!

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