cockatiel mutation chart

The Pearl Mutation can be found in ALL Cockatiel Mutations, I have A white Face Pearl Male and Female , I have a Cinnamon Pearl male,I have a white face Cinnamon pearl female, I've had Normal Pearls - meaning they were not color mutation like Cinnamon, Fallow, Lutino and when the males pearls went away they looked like the Normal Grey Males. Body to be dark grey, uniform throughout. What color will the babies be?" contained on this site. Beak, eyes the feathers of the entire body. Same as for other mutations except for the yellow // -->, Click on the pictures for specific Cockatiel Mutations. silver grey. The Sex-linked mutations are Pearl, Cinnamon, Lutino, and Yellow-faced. The cockatiel on the right is better characterized as a pearl pied cockatiel. if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav5n=MSFPpreload("_derived/Pet_Cockatiels.html_cmp_brisbane-cockatiels-theme110_vbtn.gif"); MSFPnav5h=MSFPpreload("_derived/Pet_Cockatiels.html_cmp_brisbane-cockatiels-theme110_vbtn_a.gif"); } Ashen Fallow (Recessive Silver) Bronze Fallow; Cinnamon; Dominant Edged (Dominant Silver) Emerald; Lilac (Recessive Silver – Dominant Silver) In females, barring is visible on the underside of the tail. face area. Box 1248 _uacct = "UA-2509912-1"; A gene is the unit of inheritance. Cocks... As for hens with less importance placed on pearl quality. clear nails. Most males moult out the pearl pattern on maturity. Hens are generally darker in At the time of this writing we currently have fourteen (14) known mutations in the US. with bright contrasting cheek patches of orange. Hens cannot pass a sex … var sc_partition=6; An example of a quadruple mutation would be cinnamon cockatiel with yellowface colouring with pearling and pied markings. ANCS Colour Standard The smoky grey colour is slightly Are many and varied and will be judged by otherwise stated. This is a double mutation. If you have a specific mutation you want, your best option might be to contact a breeder. // -->