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Re: Lovebird Mutation/Andie

Posted by Peggy on 5/10/06
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    Hey Folks!
    As this baby has fully feathered out, the white has gotten whiter, but a
    pale band of melon has appeared on his tail.
    http://thatbirdplace.tripod.com/lovebirdalbum/index.album?i=0
    He is the last 4 pics in the album.
    Peggy

    On 5/10/06, MKay wrote:
    > Thank you, Andie. Now that you mention it, I do remember you posting
    > this picture before. Mutations can be such a bear!
    >
    >
    >
    > On 5/10/06, Andie wrote:
    >> On 4/30/06, MKay to Karen H wrote:
    >>> HI, Karen..
    >>>
    >>> I've never seen an Australian cinnamon that is white and "blotched"
    >>> yellow like that.. could it be considered a pastel or dilute? Or
    >>> other?
    >>
    >> I know this is a little late, but I haven't been able to keep up with
    >> the boards very much hehe. I know I've posted this picture before,
    > but
    >> this is Tango and Glory. I don't know what he looked like when he was
    >> a baby, but Tango was a very very pale yellow lime color. Their
    > colors
    >> tend to brighten and richen after thier molts, so I could guess that
    > he
    >> looked white. His color looks splotchy in the picture, that's just
    > the
    >> down from underneath showing through. He was a double dark factor
    > blue
    >> series split cinnamonino (split australian cinnamon and lutino). I
    >> would think just a DDF australian cinnamon would look like that too,
    > as
    >> you can't "see" the split.
    >>
    >> Andie