Lutino Peach-faced Lovebird

A sex-linked mutation which removes blue structural color from the feathers, leaving them yellow and red. This variety always has red eyes. Interestingly, baby lutinos never have extra melanin on their beaks like other lovebirds. It was first discovered in the 1960s by a Californian breeder. Since peach-faced lovebirds don’t have a true blue mutation,

Dilute / American Yellow / Cherryhead / Golden Cherry / Green Pastel / Spangle / Edged / Marbled / Edged dilute / American Cherry / Greywing Peach-faced Lovebird

A dilution mutation first discovered in the 1960s when lovebird mutation breeding was at its infancy. It was originally thought to be Japanese dilute, which was found first, but later discovered to be a separate mutation. Dilutes are very pale-colored (~60% dilution) and have dark edging on their wings. They are known by many different

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