On 7/16/07, Erika wrote:
> Hi Jill.
> Have you had your male since he was a baby? If not, he may be a
> Pearly. Upon maturity, male Pearly's lose their spots and appear
> as a solid grey as in the normal wild type. He could also be
> split to Pearl.
It is really good to have someone here with knowledge of
genetics. I don't do genetics :-) I know tiels, quakers and
keets care, breeding and handfeeding but not genetics.
Hope you pop in often.