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asha1
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different species breeding

Post by asha1 » Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:37 pm

hi my indian ringneck suki is always following yoshi my cockatiel and as they run around the house they crawl into corners and under dressers together i don't know if they are looking for a nest or what is it possible for an indian ringneck and a cockatiel to mate? :?

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dog_glenn123
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Re: different species breeding

Post by dog_glenn123 » Wed Jul 13, 2011 4:21 pm

Yer its possible but try and stop them if you can,
Not the best idea!
But mind you an IRN with orange cheeks and a mow hawk would look pretty good.

Ta Glenn

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Re: different species breeding

Post by Azure » Wed Jul 13, 2011 6:41 pm

dog_glenn123 wrote:But mind you an IRN with orange cheeks and a mow hawk would look pretty good.
Ta Glenn
:lol:
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blueindianringneck
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Re: different species breeding

Post by blueindianringneck » Thu Oct 13, 2011 7:18 am

dog_glenn123 wrote:Yer its possible but try and stop them if you can,
Not the best idea!
But mind you an IRN with orange cheeks and a mow hawk would look pretty good.

Ta Glenn
What else could they cross breed with? That's hilarious! :lol:

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Re: different species breeding

Post by julie » Fri Oct 14, 2011 7:54 am

blueindianringneck wrote:
dog_glenn123 wrote:Yer its possible but try and stop them if you can,
Not the best idea!
But mind you an IRN with orange cheeks and a mow hawk would look pretty good.

Ta Glenn
What else could they cross breed with? That's hilarious! :lol:
Laurens going to kill me :D :D
Im sure they would try with anything :o viewtopic.php?f=11&t=3639

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Re: different species breeding

Post by blueindianringneck » Fri Oct 14, 2011 8:02 am

julie wrote:
blueindianringneck wrote:
dog_glenn123 wrote:Yer its possible but try and stop them if you can,
Not the best idea!
But mind you an IRN with orange cheeks and a mow hawk would look pretty good.

Ta Glenn
What else could they cross breed with? That's hilarious! :lol:
Laurens going to kill me :D :D
Im sure they would try with anything :o viewtopic.php?f=11&t=3639

ROFL! So would they be called bell necks if they reproduce? LOL

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Lauren
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Re: different species breeding

Post by Lauren » Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:21 am

LMAO Bellnecks! thats my boy! Im wondering how he'll go next breeding season without his beloved wife. Wonder what poor toy will catch his eye. haha Yes not a good idea to let them produce. Big no no to crossbreed. But very cute! Ringtiels!
"Jibby aka Gilbert" Indian Ringneck 13 years "Charlie" Rex Rabbit 1 year

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Re: different species breeding

Post by evaleen » Fri Oct 21, 2011 1:16 am

hahahahahaha, ringtiels! good one! but i still wonder how they'd look...!
Eva

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