Opaline Quaker

A common mutation that is typically combined with other colors for greater effect. They are identifiable by straight lines found on their wing and back feathers, as well as their more yellow or white tint. When combined with pallid, they create a crossover (see pallid for more detail). An opaline + blue is pictured second.

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