"Biscuit" Yellow RFPF

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arthur
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Saw these on Jeff B's site

Any in Oz?

What are the genetics?

How much???
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Lukec
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Which site. Happy for you to pm me
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Who's Jeff B???

What's the web link please?

Because now I have to see them :) .
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arthur
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Jeff has a group site on Face-book called 'Softbills Australia' . . You need to apply and be accepted . . I assume anyone can apply, but I don't know enough about the 'nuts & bolts' to tell you how to go about that

Other AFF people are members and may be able to add to the above . .
alvin

Are you talking about the Sea green PF which is a mutation of the RFPF
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Craig52
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arthur wrote:Jeff has a group site on Face-book called 'Softbills Australia' . . You need to apply and be accepted . . I assume anyone can apply, but I don't know enough about the 'nuts & bolts' to tell you how to go about that

Other AFF people are members and may be able to add to the above . .
Jeff is a member on here (Tintola) If you have a Facebook account you can go in and search Softbills Australia. The bird is not a seagreen RFPF but a new mutation that changes all red to a canary yellow colour and the green to a blue/green, some are saying that it may be a turquoise mutation.
It is a member of Softbills Australia who has bred this bird not Jeff,the pics have gone world wide with a lot of interesting comments.
Cheers Craig
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For those of us who are not very tech savy, or on Facebook. Is there anyway of getting a pic on here?
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Arthur is not up to the task . .

But when you see the bird, I think that you will be impressed . . . and I am not overly keen on sea-greens :urgh:
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The picture of the parrot finches is taken out here i believe.
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I have asked Jeff with permission of the breeder to post the pics on AFF, see what happens :thumbup: Craig
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