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Sf Dominant Pied + Clearflight?


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I have a female that look DF Dominant pied, but she has got 4 chicks with a normal partner and 3 of the chicks looks normal as well. But I expected all to be SF Dominant pied, if the female is DF Dominant.
The female has visual iris ring in both her eyes, so I don’t think recessive pied is involved.
 
I thing that she could be a combination of SF Dominant pied and Clearflight. And maybe one of the chicks is the same combination, och maybe 2 of the chicks could be poorly marked Clearflight?
It looks like the 2 youngest coudt have a pied feather or 2 in the back of their heads, but I’m not sure.
 
Is it anybody who knows more about pied combinations?
 
The first picture is the parents to my female. What do you say about their mutations?
Picture 2 and 3 is the female, and the rest is her chicks.
 
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I have 3 dom pieds and only one male has thrown dom pieds.  I have 1 dom  pied clear flight violet that has never thrown me pieds.  So I bred him to a dom pied that I suspect is a recessive dom pied sky blue.  I am anxious to see what I get.  I will keep you posted if you like.

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On 15/01/2022 at 8:37 AM, Bobb Revels said:

I have 3 dom pieds and only one male has thrown dom pieds.  I have 1 dom  pied clear flight violet that has never thrown me pieds.  So I bred him to a dom pied that I suspect is a recessive dom pied sky blue.  I am anxious to see what I get.  I will keep you posted if you like.

Parents look like a dominant clear flight pied to a recessive pied to me- which is why you have a white iris ring baby. (Colour between the legs and pure black eyes is basically the recessive pied indicator.) All you need to do is breed back to recessive pied, then clearflight and you'll get a dec rare baby.  

Double factoring also wipes the colour out. Not sure if there is such a thing as Dominant pied df. 

 

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good df dominants have almost 0% of wing markings, just some stripes on the head. with ef dominants the wing markings are about half way, different from bird, with a pure clear pen or clear flight wing this bears the wings of the normals and 7 pure white feathers the blue one on photo 1 that male specimen is an ef dominant, the white female on the other hand is df dominant, shame about the top marking on the shoulders. good df dominants that are pure bred have no markings, it is even possible to breed on perfect recessives with 25% markings in the wings, but this will only work with pi birds the creators the prototype example , a recessive inherits recessively in its inheritance , but a recessive can also have the dominant inheritance that inherits a pair such as ef or df frosted . i.e. the recessive in its offspring will be both outwardly recessive and both ef or df frosted , which is dominant but the matter pi factors is not for everyone, you must have a lot of experience with that. if you don't know where frosted comes from without having frosted , from df dark eyed clears x normals because every young becomes 100% ef dutch pied (ef frosted / recessive in my eyes all nasser is a farce singer with his df dark eyed clear on his website he says split recessive , how are you going to make a df blank or df dark eyed clear split for recessive , these birds already carry 100% pi coupled to 100% r hahaha what is visible r can never be split for r , then you as a judge have won the award prize of the dumbass in my eyes.

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On 03/11/2022 at 3:56 AM, Bud Rega said:

Parents look like a dominant clear flight pied to a recessive pied to me- which is why you have a white iris ring baby. (Colour between the legs and pure black eyes is basically the recessive pied indicator.) All you need to do is breed back to recessive pied, then clearflight and you'll get a dec rare baby.  

Double factoring also wipes the colour out. Not sure if there is such a thing as Dominant pied df. 

a dec baby out of ef or df dominant hahaha NOT POSSIBLE MY FRIEND

CLEARFLIGHTS THAT ARE NOT BORN OUT OF THE REAL THING THAT ARE THE PROTOTYPE WITH PI FACTORS CAN NOT MAKE DEC YOU DUMMY

 

 

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