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Cinnamon Fallow And Lacewing - How To Distinguish?


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Hello everybody :)

 

I've been asked, how to distinguish a Cinnamon Fallow and a Lacewing, and I failed to answer. May anybody help me with that?

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I found this quote from RIPbudgies that seems to answer your question:

 

Genetics and Rares Guru

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Posted 01 August 2011 - 22:23

Fallow is a mutation in its own right where as the Lacewing is a combo of Ino and Cinnamon. Fallow has nothing to do with Cinnamon and in fact if you put Cinnamon into Fallows you can produce a Lacewing look-a-like.

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(One day-old Brownwing)

 

It's Hard Work Getting Hatched

 

Rare Budgerigar Club of WA

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Finnie, thank you very much for the answer :)

 

From this:

 

in fact if you put Cinnamon into Fallows you can produce a Lacewing look-a-like.

 

I understand that there is no way to distinguish a Cinnamon Fallow and a Lacewing visually :)

Once again, thank you :)

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A cinnamon fallow will show more body colour on the rump area than a lacewing but not anywhere near as much colour as a fallow without the cinnamon

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Neville, thank you very much! :) I see :)

 

Does anybody have the pics of Cinnamon Fallows? May you put them here? :)

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Hello. Down load this for a useful colour guide....B.J.

 

http://budgieplace.com/colorsguide

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Bird Junky, thank you :) I know this site :) Unfortunately, it's not helpful, speaking about my question.

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