well i`m not jealous. i think the top hen is a lime the next one down is a greygreen lime. as for the 2 cock birds in the box the one on the left looks like a grey green lutino lime and the one on the right is lutino lime possible greygreen. 70 % sure it is but wait until they moult as they will get alot darker then that yet.
looks like you need some lime series partners for them. i think i know some one that has got some young in his holding cage.
Thanks for that oaklee, its all well and good looking at it on paper, however actually telling the colours in person is bloody tuff! One quick question, do greys colour in darker at a later stage? Because the babies (as you can see in the pictures) are pretty light compared to other pictures I have seen. Cheers
Polytelis Cavy, Bird and Wiltshire Horn Stud Perth, WA
yes matt. after they moult out there baby feathers , there juvenile come through and if they are carrying the greygreen factor they turn a lot darker in the space of about 2 weeks they will literally change colour. i dont know how much darker the cocks will get as i have not seen a greygreen lutino lime yet. i assume they will get a greyish tinge on there wing feathers and the rumps will be a different colour than red. i have a greygreen platinum cock that has a golden coloured rump at the moment instead of red.