European Goldfinch mutations

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dukem
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Portuguese forum with lots of photos and videos about goldfinches.

http://www.gforum.tv/board/1056/415194/ ... ilgos.html
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Amazing pictures, we have very few goldfinch mutations in Australia.
The info on genetics and pigments is awesome, too, though I could only read the one in Spanish.

Thanks for the link.
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Great Link Thanks for Sharing :thumbup: :clap:
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They have Goldfinch mutations enough to rival the Budgie breeders.
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thanks for sharing!

I love my goldfinches and I think the agate looks great

Still think nothing beats a strong normal though
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I'm glad that you liked it.
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I'm starting to change my mind about non-estrillid finches after viewing the birds on that site. They remind me of Gouldians. I was also impressed that the site also supports tabulated data which I wish AFF could do!
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