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Date:11/27/2014 10:00:13 PM
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Thanks for stopping by...I appreciate it...Here is a vote for.... Today I will be talking about Cockatiel Mutations:(1)Normal Grey (2)Cinnamon(started mutation in Belgium late 1960 and in Europe) They are a warm even shade of Cinnamon. They can also have young that could be (a) Primrose pearl(lacewing)cinnamon (b)Dilute cinnamon pied (c)Pearl(lacewing)cinnamon (3)Dominant Silver(started mutation in UK in 1979) They are of a silver coloration and the darkish of the color is around the neck. They can have young that could be what you call a White-faced Silver.(4)Fallow(started mutation in Florida in 1971) They have red eyes and a greyish yellow body coloration.(5)Lutino(started mutation in Florida in 1958)Breeders sometime use primrose and buttercup to indicate the depth of coloration which is a rich yellow color.They can also have young called Pearl lutinos.(6)Pearl(started mutation in West Germany in 1967)Their color vary from white through to yellow and due to the scalloped patterning on their wings and body they use the term "lacewing" to describe the Pearl cockatiel.Tomorrow I will finish the rest of the Mutations..Did not realize how long it would take to type each one...Hope you are having a nice day...With many birdie wing hugs to you....Thank you,Sam :o)
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