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Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

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Re: Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

Post by ringneck » Tue Apr 01, 2014 12:06 am

What a fascinating thread. Thank you all! I learned at lot. I gotta grasp genetics. It's amazing all the work done to develop new mutations. Left speechless! :0)

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Re: Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

Post by John Shannon » Tue Apr 01, 2014 4:50 am

Hi Ben
At the start of this post you show a pallid with brown flights.
Here is a picture of a bird I breed a few years ago and this is him (long gone) and his mother looked the same as that hen.
The breeder told me at the time she was a Turq pallid. Is there many Brown flighted IRN's out there?
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Re: Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

Post by Ring0Neck » Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:05 am

Hi John,

The bird in the pic you posted looks Cinnamon amonst other things although some pallids have some brown in their flights.

Cinnamon has brown flights.

My bird in this thread flights are not brown but violet redish, it might look brownish in some pics but it is not.
she's paired up with a lutino for next season at my bro's place.
next season 2015 will pair her back to a 2013 son and that should tell me what rec. & dom. mutations she is carrying.


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Re: Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

Post by John Shannon » Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:24 am

Ben
If it is reddish I would try dom pied mating.
They seem to redistribute colour like opaline.

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Re: Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

Post by Ring0Neck » Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:38 am

John,

not a bad idea.
it all depends what she breeds this season
pied pairing is very likely to follow for 2016 unless the curiousity gets the better of me in 2015 season. :lol:
ATM i just want to know all the mutations she is carrying, it could well be Cobalt violet turquoise pallid
as we have seen Dark Green Pallids tend to give pallids a uniform color body & head and very hard to see the pallid in the bird.
Before the 1 y moult she looked like any other turquoise violet pallid, all violet pretty much disappeared after that and color was uniform throughout the bird.
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Re: Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

Post by Ring0Neck » Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:57 am

ringneck wrote:What a fascinating thread. Thank you all! I learned at lot. I gotta grasp genetics. It's amazing all the work done to develop new mutations. Left speechless! :0)
We are all continuosly learning(I know I am ), as soon as we stop we'll be left behind.
it is fascinating indeed, keeps the game on :D
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Re: Indigo? Turquoise? Violet Pallid with pics

Post by ringneck » Thu Apr 03, 2014 10:00 am

Yikes, I better get started then! :) :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I've spent so much time working on the pet aspect. I'm always amazed at the wonderful work and what it takes to breed new mutations. It's so amazing!

Imran

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