IRN and Alexandrine.
Posted 30 August 2010 - 02:14 AM
Why are you wondering?
Here is some info on hybrids:
Alexandrines do not come in real mutations. The current ones available in the market blue, yellow, lutino, and clear tails have been hybrid with Indian Ringnecks. They are the result of many generations of careful breeding to produce the current birds on the market. These created mutations remain a controversial subject as many breeders believe doing so taints the bloodline of the true Alexandrine. Others argue that many popular aviary birds such canaries, doves, and finches have undergone some type of hybridization. Many will take the argument a step further and insist it's no big deal--especially because all our dogs are the result hybridization.
Posted 31 August 2010 - 03:05 PM
Two Jack Russell Terriers (Rocky & Jack) & Four Fish Tanks
Posted 07 September 2010 - 12:03 AM
Are there indian x alexandrine hybrids? Yes. It does not matter which species is which sex, however it's most often male indian ringnecks with sex-linked mutations paired with female alexandrines to most quickly pass on the mutation to the offspring. Here's an article about alexandrine mutations in Australia.
Mutations In The Alexandrine Parrot
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