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Turquoise/blue opaline white male with orange head opaline yellow female - what kind of babies?

TessaG

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Hey guys,

I've only ever bred like colors with like colors, so I have no idea what this pair would give me. Important to note that the Mom of the OH opaline yellow female was a true albino, and Dad was the same color as the dark orange/yellow opaline. As you can see the female (OH yellow) has a dominant edge on her wings. They've grown somewhat attached in a very short period of time while I was taking care of the female for a friend, and they're trying to mate now. Would this be a good pairing? Or should I separate them until we find a male that looks like the orange/yellow female?
 

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Important to note that the Mom of the OH opaline yellow female was a true albino
I believe that you are mistaken about this as there are no true albino peach-faced lovebirds. This is due to the fact that you can not have an albino without a true blue mutation, and there is not one for peach-faced lovebirds.
 

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I believe that you are mistaken about this as there are no true albino peach-faced lovebirds. This is due to the fact that you can not have an albino without a true blue mutation, and there is not one for peach-faced lovebirds.
Are these peach faced? One looks like it has an eye-ring. I think the eye-ring lovebirds can be true albinos, but I could be mistaken.
 

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Are these peach faced? One looks like it has an eye-ring. I think the eye-ring lovebirds can be true albinos, but I could be mistaken.
They're all peach-faced, sorry, meant to put that in the question!
 

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I believe that you are mistaken about this as there are no true albino peach-faced lovebirds. This is due to the fact that you can not have an albino without a true blue mutation, and there is not one for peach-faced lovebirds.
Mom had red eyes and was all-white, that's all I know.
 
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