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A cute Olive Spangle chick with an olive Opaline chick behind. Olive is distinguished from Greygreen by the violet cheek patches and blue main tail feathers.

A cute Olive Spangle chick with an olive Opaline chick behind. Olive is distinguished from Greygreen by the violet cheek patches and blue main tail feathers.

rainbow budgies for sale - Google Search

rainbow budgies for sale - Google Search

violet blue opaline spangle

violet blue opaline spangle

Skyblue Spangle yellow Face Type 2 - see the occasional darker feathers that can pop up.

Skyblue Spangle yellow Face Type 2 - see the occasional darker feathers that can pop up.

Wild budgerigars drinking at a backyard pond, Alice Springs, central Australia. Jim Oatley

Wild budgerigars drinking at a backyard pond, Alice Springs, central Australia. Jim Oatley

Opaline Yellow Face Type 2 Grey Wing Cobalt Blue

Opaline Yellow Face Type 2 Grey Wing Cobalt Blue

Farhan Habib Fahad's - at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152287449156594

Farhan Habib Fahad's - at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152287449156594

rainbow budgies for sale - Google Search

rainbow budgies for sale - Google Search

2 Skyblue Yellow Face Spangles, the one on the left is also a Dominant Pied.

2 Skyblue Yellow Face Spangles, the one on the left is also a Dominant Pied.

Hosta 'Filigree' - a mottled hosta  **Before ever purchasing a mottled Hosta, especially if the leaves are twisting, make sure it isn't a strain that was created using Hosta Virus X. If it is & you plant it near other Hostas, your other Hostas will contact the virus & twist & mottle too. Virus X does not go away & lives in the ground where infected Hosta were planted.

Hosta 'Filigree' - a mottled hosta **Before ever purchasing a mottled Hosta, especially if the leaves are twisting, make sure it isn't a strain that was created using Hosta Virus X. If it is & you plant it near other Hostas, your other Hostas will contact the virus & twist & mottle too. Virus X does not go away & lives in the ground where infected Hosta were planted.