WattaBird! Orange-Face American Lutino LoveBirds

WattaBird! Orange-Face American Lutino LoveBirds

An Orange-Face American Lutino, is a golden yellow lovebird, with  white primaries and rump. 
The feet, claws and beak are pink salmon, and the eyes are red.

The Ino factor is recessive and sex-linked, which means that it is impossible for female birds to be split for Ino. If a female possesses an Ino factor, it is a Lutino.

There are not many combinations involving the American Ino factor that can be recommended. 
It is "epistatic" to the majority of the other mutations, which is therefore not visible in combinations.

What I have in my aviary is an Orange-Face American Lutino.

Orange-Face American Lutino

The Orange-Face American Lutino is a golden yellow lovebird.

The primaries and rump of an Orange-Face American Lutino are white.

Orange-Face American Lutino.
The feet, claws and beak are pink salmon, and the eyes are red.

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  1. Hello, is this also called Dilute Lutino?
    Thank you.

  2. I have this how Mich can I sell the female one

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