WattaBird! My African LoveBirds Fischer CHICKS (Gallery)

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WattaBird! My African LoveBirds Fischer CHICKS (Gallery) Just sharing some of my African LoveBirds Fischer Chicks.  These are some of the first batch of offsprings from my African LoveBirds Breeding Pairs.  These photos were taken back in the early days when I was just starting with African LoveBirds breeding. These are African LoveBirds from the Agapornis Fischeri family, also known as eye-ring or African LoveBirds 2 (ALBS2). These photos popped in my Facebook Memories, reminding me of these beautiful African LoveBirds Chicks  that I have in my mini-aviary 12 long years ago! “If You have any questions, suggestions, or topics to discuss, please leave a comment below.” This is a Lutino Fischer Chick  (Parents: Bulls White Fischer Cock x Bulls Yellow Fischer Hen) These are Lutino and Albino Fischer Chicks (same clutch) (Parents: Bulls White Fischer Cock x Bulls Yellow Fischer Hen) This is a Green Fischer Chick (Parents: Green Fischer Cock x Olive Fischer Hen) This is a Green Fischer Chic

WattaBird Breeding Chart: INO Mutation in African LoveBirds

WattaBird Breeding Chart: INO Mutation in African LoveBirds 



 

Agapornis Roseicollis




This Breeding Chart aims to help provide an idea regarding the breeding combinations for the Ino mutation in African LoveBirds.

This Ino Breeding Chart applies to both Albino and Lutino African LoveBirds, and therefore, I will be using the term “Ino” within this article.

Albino is the term used to refer to White Ino LoveBirds.

Lutino is the term used to refer to Yellow Ino LoveBirds.

This Ino Breeding Chart will also provide a bloodline composition of the offspring, which will be useful for matching breeding pairs for a targeted result.

The Ino gene is a Sex-Linked trait. This genetic trait is hereditary and can be passed on to the offspring. The Ino inheritance will depend on the INO genes the parents carry.

Since the Ino trait is sex-linked, daughters will NEVER be Split-Ino.

Daughters can only be either Visual Ino or Normal.

Sons on the other hand can be, Visual Ino or Split-Ino.


“If You have any questions, suggestions, or topics to discuss, please leave a comment below.”

Breeding Pair 1: 

INO (C) x INO (H)



Parent: 
Cock is INO (Dad)           

Parent: 
Hen is INO (Mom)

Offspring:
Sons are INO

Offspring:
Daughters are INO

All Offsprings are INO         

All Offsprings are INO


Breeding Pair 2: 

INO (C) x Non-INO (H)




Parent: 

Cock is INO (Dad)         

Parent: 

Hen is Normal (Mom)

Offspring: 

50% Sons are Split-INO           

Offspring: 

50% Daughters are INO


Breeding Pair 3: 

NON-Ino (C) x INO (H)



Parent: 

Cock is Normal (Dad)            

Parent: 

Hen is INO (Mom)

Offspring: 

50% Sons are Split-INO

Offspring: 

50% Daughters Normal


Breeding Pair 4: 

Split-INO (C) x Normal (H)


Parent:
Cock is Split-INO (Dad)      

Parent:
Hen is Normal (Mom)

Offspring:
25% Sons are Split-INO

Offspring:
25% Daughters are INO

25% Sons are Normal

25% Daughters are Normal


Breeding Pair 5: 
Split-INO (C) x INO (H)


Parent: 

Cock is Split-INO (Dad)    

Parent: 

Hen is INO (Mom)

Offspring: 

50% Sons are INO

Offspring: 

50% Daughters are INO

50% Sons are Split-INO           

50% Daughters are Normal


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