Japanese Yellow / Imperial Golden Cherry / Suffused / Dilute Variant 2 Peach-faced Lovebird

A mutation that was first described in 1954 by Japanese breeders and is often confused with American yellow, which came later. They are not very common outside of Asia and parts of Europe. Their rarity is partially caused by the infertility of females despite their willingness to breed.

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