I, too, was very skeptical of the price and since they were all
sexed, my gosh I thought, she's giving them away. (I figured they
might be dimorphic, hence my Q). But I truly didn't look that
closely at the poo 'cuz I wasn't going to buy any anyway.
On 1/12/05, Robin P. wrote:
> For the most part,and I'd be wary of a $50 plucked bird myself
> too,how did the poop look?
> When I had all my Sennies s/s (I had 8 pairs at one time,they
> were so cute!)..it was pretty accurate about the yellow tails,but
> one thing I noticed,when not breeding,the males looked alot
> duller,and could have been mistaken for females if not careful.
> There was a rather rude individual that used to post on here
> constantly that CAGS were dimorphic as well,but I personally have
> seen that proven wrong.