Lovebirds for Sale

Some 2013 babies for sale

Roseicollis
0-0-2 Turquoise Mauve/Opaline  R150 each (Will probably be Violet Mauves) (2a and 2c in photo) Split opaline if male
0-0-1 Turquoise Violet/Opaline  R140 ea (2d in photo) Split opaline if male
0-0-1 Turquoise Violet or Cobalt Opaline R200 ea (1a and 1b in photo)
0-0-4 Turquoise/Opaline R120 ea 2 left (2f and 2g in photo)
0-0-4 Pallid/Turquoise R120 ea (3e in photo)
0-0-2 Turquoise Violet Pied R450 ea photo to follow
0-0-3 Creamino R150 ea 1 left   (4a in photo)
0-0-3 Lutino R150 ea
0-0-2 OF Lutino R150 ea 1 left (3a in photo)
0-0-4 OF Lutino Opaline R350 ea
2-0-5 RF Lutino Opaline R750 ea
2-3 *PURE* White (Turquoise Lutino) R450 ea
2-0 Opaline/Lutino R150 ea 1 left (2e in photo)

Fischeri
0-0-3 Blue R180 ea 1 left
0-0-2 Green/Blue R150 ea
1-2-2 DEC White R400 ea. 2 left
2-3-3 DEC Yellow/Blue R450 ea 1 left
0-3-3 Violet Blue Pied R400 ea

Personatus
3-5 Blue R250 ea
2-2 Cobalt Blue R300 ea
2-3-3 Violet Blue R350 ea.

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Orange Face roseicollis

This mutation originated in the US of A in the nineteen eighties. The psittacine in the mask and the tail changes from red to orange. Orange face mutation inherits autosomal recessively, meaning that you need the gene present in both parents to get a visual mutation baby..

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Orangeface Lutino Opaline and Opaline/Lutino

Orangeface Lutino Opaline and Opaline/Lutino

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Pallid

In this mutation we see a 60% reduction of the visible eumelanin resulting in a yellow bird with a green sheen. It has a light blue rump, light grey flight feathers and the legs, toes and nails are flesh coloured. The mask is remains red.

They have red eyes at birth, which then darken into deep dark brown after a few days. Pallid is a sex-linked mutation. It originated in Australia and was commonly referred to as “Australian cinnamon”.

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Lutino Roseicollis

The Lutino factor reduces the visible eumelanin, leaving the bird a bright clear Yellow colour. Along with the reduction of eumelanin in the plumage, the eyes, the legs, toes and nails are also affected. Lutino in a green series bird will result in a pure yellow bird, the legs are flesh coloured and, the eyes are red. The rump is white, and the red of the mask and tail are retained, giving a pleasing contrast to the yellow. In roseicollis this mutation is sex-linked

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Orange Face Lutino Opaline

 

Lutino Opaline

Lutino Opaline


Opaline

Opaline is said to have originated the Us of A in 1997 in the USA. This mutation occurred in the aviaries of a US Breeder, bred from a pair of dark green/ino x green.Opaline has a Sex-linked characteristic, meaning that father transfers the gene to the daughter (and son) and Mother to son, females cannot be split to Opaline, they either show the mutation or they do not posses it at all.

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In the Opaline mutation, the most notable feature is that the red facial mask now extends to the hood of the bird. The tail feathers also become red, replacing the black tail markings with red and the body lightens a shade or two, the rump is almost totally green.

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Orange Face Lutino Opaline

Lutino Opaline

Lutino Opaline

Violet Turquoise Opaline

Violet Turquoise Opaline

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Cobalt Turquoise Opaline

Cobalt Turquoise Opaline

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Turquoise Opaline Recessive Pied

Turquoise Opaline Recessive Pied

The Dark Factors

Dark Factor

Dark Factor inherits dominantly, meaning that you only need one bird with a dark factor in order to reproduce the mutation. If you have a pair of birds with Dark Factor in each, you  will end up with babies carrying Double Dark Factors. At the same time a bird can never be split for Dark Factor, either it shows the mutation or it does not exist.

When Dark Factor is present in a Green series bird, it is referred to a Dark Green, two Dark Factors is generally called an Olive. In the Blue series, a Single Dark Factor is known as Cobalt and a Double Dark Factor is known as Mauve.

Violet

The violet factor also inherits dominantly. as above it also means that you only need one bird with a Violet factor in order to reproduce the mutation. If you have a pair of birds with Violet Factor in each, you  will end up with babies carrying Double Factor Violet. At the same time a bird can never be split for Violet Factor, either it shows the mutation or it does not exist.

When Violet Factor is present in a Green series bird, it is referred to a Violet Green, two Dark Factors is reffered to as Double Factor Violet Green. In the Blue series, a Single Violet Factor is known as Violet and a Double Dark Factor is known as Double Factor Violet or Visual Violet.

 

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Pastel Fischer’s Lovebird

The Pastel Fischer’s Lovebird shows about a 50% reduction in melanin, resulting in a light green bird with a dirty Orange head with an orange forehead. The mutation was most likely transmuted from A personatus.

The mutation is also an autosomal recessive mutation.

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Non Sex-linked Ino Fischer’s Lovebird

The Non Sex-linked Ino Fischer’s Lovebird is a stunning Yellow bird with clear yellow body, orange head, mask and hood and red beak, white rump, the periopthalmic ring is white, and eyes are red. Flight feathers are white.

NSL Ino originated in A lilianae, and is a transmuted mutation via A personatus.  The mutation is an autosomal recessive mutation, meaning that you need the gene in both parents in order to get a visual baby.

When combined with Blue we get a White bird with Red Eyes, also referred to a Albino. When combined with Pastel, we get a dark eyed PastelIno bird. Combined with Dark Eyed Clear, we get a Yellow bird with Dark Eyes and a Blue Rump

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Dark Eyed Clear Fischer’s Lovebird

The origin of the Dark Eyed Clear (DEC) Fischer’s Lovebird is still unclear as it is speculated that it originated in South Africa…. but the Aussies make a similar claim.

The bird is Yellow with about 95% reduction in melanin, it has a blue rump, and grey feet, the head, mask and hood id bright Orange, the beak is red, and the periopthalmic ring is white, and the eye is black.

When this mutation is combined with NSL Ino, it results in a Yellow bird with a white rump and dark eyes. Combination with pastel results in a PastelIno, this bird is a lighter version of the Pastel… a Yellowish Green Bird with Blue Rump

When combined with Blue, the result is a White bird with Dark Eyes.

Dark Eyed Clear inherits as an autosomal recessive mutation.

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