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About Par Blue Genetic by Mr Sam Gibb

About Par Blue Genetic by Mr Sam Gibb
It's not possible to truly understand parblue genetics
until one understands how multiple alleles work.
It's a lot to explain in a post.
There's a nice article about the bl locus
in the next 'Agapornis Magazine' from the BVA. 
For the sake of "easier to understand"
I'll call parblue turquoise, which it is.
parblue

Turquoise x turquoise =100% turquoise
Turquoise x green =100% green/turquoise

Turquoise x green/turquoise =
50%chance turquoise
50% chance green/turquoise

Turquoise x green/blue =
50% chance green/turquoise
50% chance TurquoiseBlue

Green/turquoise x green/turquoise =
50% chance green/turquoise
25% chance turquoise
25% chance green 

Green/turquoise x green/blue =
25% chance green/blue
 25% chance green/turquoise
 25% chance TurquoiseBlue
25% chance green

Turquoise x blue =
 100% TurquoiseBlue

TurquoiseBlue x green =
 50% chance green/turquoise
50% chance green/blue
TurquoiseBlue x blue =
50% chance TurquoiseBlue
50% chance blue
TurquoiseBlue x green/blue =
25% chance green/turquoise
25% chance green/blue
25% chance TurquoiseBlue
25% chance blue

TurquoiseBlue x green/turquoise =
25% chance green/turquoise
25% chance green/blue
25% chance TurquoiseBlue
25% chance turquoise

TurquoiseBlue x TurquoiseBlue =
50% chance TurquoiseBlue
25% chance turquoise
25% chance blue

That's virtually all the outcomes possible involving the turquoise(parblue) mutation,
as well as combinations with blue.

The Opaline Fischeri fact

The Opaline Fischeri fact
The Opaline Fischeri fact :


  1. One thing that usually you get in green opaline on it face you can see a splash black colour ( tin or bold) that vary. While some you can see bright colour, nature gave at differ variety.
  2. On the wing you can see combination colour, between black and green, like marble love bird on Opaline.
  3. Back colour similar like euwing colour.
  4. RUM (tail) colour must same as back colour ( loke on lutino sable, black cheecked /Nyasa)
  5. At the edge of tail colour should same with colour of the head. ( If the head orange colour so the edge of tail you will found orange too (green opaline and lutino opaline) while blue opaline white to white.
  6. Green opaline fischery with clean face is more hard to get and high in price.

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