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Old 02-12-2017, 04:34 AM
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Default Wfds x lutino pied pearl

Is it ok to breed this pair? I also have male lutino pied but the wfds paired to the lutino pied pearl first. Should i separate them?

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If the parents don't have any hidden splits, roughly half the babies will be normal grey and half will be DS. Lutino, pied and pearl don't seem like desirable mutations to combine with DS, since all of them will obscure the distinctive DS markings in a bird that is visual for both DS and one of these other mutations. But in the first generation at least this might not be an issue.
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Agree with tielfan. When working with DS, it's usually recommended not to mix it with any other mutations (except normal grey) because the markings can be hidden. You want to be able to tell a bird is DS.
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Got it! Tnx guys😊

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