spangle budgie mutation

SPANGLE MUTATION

Normal wing feathers markings are reversed. So instead of black feathers and white/yellow edges, spangles have it the other way round: white/yellow feathers and black/ish edges. Head and neck feathers are lighter too. Throat spots are missing. Spangles can be paired with opaline mutation and then the wing feathers edges will have a body colour, rather than black. Throat black spots are missing.

 

Opaline violet spangle. Very light, almost absent head barring, no throat spots. Feathers of wings have body colour edges (violet)

opaline spangle budgie
 

Opaline olive green spangle. Very light, almost absent head barring, no throat spots. Feathers of wings have body colour edges (olive)

olive opaline spangle budgie
 

Sky blue spangle budgie. Unlike two previous opaline spangles - this one below is simply spangle (not opaline). The difference is in wing feathers. They're white with black/grey edges, not body colour.

spangle budgie
 

Opaline spangle

opaline spangle budgie