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The bluefallow color mutation is a double gene mutation. Like the white parrotlet, it is the result of breeding double split parrotlets. Pairs of parrotlets that are double split to blue and yellow can produce white parrotlets. Pairs of parrotlets that are double split to blue and fallow can produce bluefallow parrotlets.

Fallow parrotlets are green with red eyes. The bluefallow is a light greyish blue with the red eyes from the fallow gene.


Female - Bluefallow Mutation Pacific Parrotlet



Male - Grey Green Mutation Pacific Parrotlet
The grey green color mutation is a single gene mutation. Like the blue and American yellow, it is not created from a combination of other color mutations.




Male & Female - Grey Mutation Pacific Parrotlets

The grey color mutation is a double gene mutation. It is produced from breeding pairs of parrotlets that are double split to grey green & blue.


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