Dark Factor Peach-faced Lovebird

A mutation first described in Australia in 1968. Deviating from traditional naming patterns, SF dark factors (pictured first) are called jades or medium greens, while DF dark factors (pictured second) are called dark greens and have an olive color. When combined with whiteface, SFs are called medium blue (pictured third) and DFs are called slates or dark blues (pictured fourth).

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