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seefm5
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How to get this color?

Post by seefm5 » Wed Nov 16, 2011 1:10 am

Hi I am wondering to know how this color came?
the head color is different from the body color
so is it like pairing indian ringneck with another specie of birds? like when we get the lutino alexandrine?
or it is just a mutation that came from the green ones? like yellow and blue..?
this pictures for example:

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Re: How to get this color?

Post by julie » Wed Nov 16, 2011 5:24 am

No they are pure indians.Look up pallids,white head/white tail ect. have a bit of a read through these links.

here is some links
http://www.indianringneck.net/MutationPics.html
http://www.thomasriver.co.za/ringnecks/
http://www.bluequaker.com/Art-008.htm

seefm5
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Re: How to get this color?

Post by seefm5 » Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:35 am

thanks :)

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Re: How to get this color?

Post by Bernard Jacobsz » Thu Nov 17, 2011 10:45 pm

[quote="seefm5"]Hi I am wondering to know how this color came?
the head color is different from the body color
so is it like pairing indian ringneck with another specie of birds? like when we get the lutino alexandrine?
or it is just a mutation that came from the green ones? like yellow and blue..?
this pictures for example:



Hi I"m new ti http://www.indianringneck.com, but had a look at the picture you attached.

The first ons is a Pallid (green lacewing), you can breed this on a few different methods:
A:Green X Lacewing 25% Green/Lacewing and 50% Green
B: Green/lacewing X Lacewing 25% Green Lacewings 25% Green 50% Lacewings


The second one looks like a Blue whitehead or Blue male lacewing can't be sure as I need to see the tail.


3de one is a Blue lacewing female
To breed a blue lacewing start of with

a: lacewing X Blue 50%Green/blue/lacewing 50% Lacewing/Blue

Then go on to by using the offspring
a: green/blue/lacewing X lacewing/Blue this will give you more or less 12% change of a blue lacewing
Bernard Jacobsz
http://www.birds4sale.co.za
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