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Post: Are Senegals Dimorphic?

Posted by KarenH on 1/11/05

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    I was at a bird show recently and this lady had a bunch of
    "breeder" Senegals for sale, singles. She had them labeled M
    and F. I asked her if she had them surgically sexed or DNA
    sexed or if some just laid eggs. They were really cheap,
    $50 each. She said they were dimorphic and any moron could
    tell them apart if they tried. I just walked away from her
    after that because I wasn't gonna buy any anyway so I
    figured I wouldn't bother her any more. I really couldn't
    understand how someone could sell birds so cheaply if they
    had them sexed properly.

    So is it true? Are they dimorphic. I really couldn't see any
    difference in these birds.


    Karen



Posts on this thread, including this one
  • Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/11/05, by KarenH.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/11/05, by Michael L.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/11/05, by KarenH.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/11/05, by KarenH.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic? , 1/12/05, by Michael L.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/12/05, by Robin P..
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/12/05, by Kathy's Klutches.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/12/05, by Michael L.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?/RobinP, 1/12/05, by KarenH.
  • Re: Are Senegals Dimorphic?, 1/12/05, by Kathy's Klutches.