This is true, but not all lutiono or albino birds are autosomal recessive ino they are more likely to be sex linked recessive. You need to confirm which strain you have first before assuming the inheritance.
Polytelis Cavy, Bird and Wiltshire Horn Stud Perth, WA
There are other mutations that make a bird yellow in colour that are mistakenly called lutino. They are not. The ino gene is a sex linked gene. In princess parrots and other birds there are yellow mutations they are calling autosomal lutino, they should really be called something else without the ino. To find out the one you have, firstly eye colour, non inos dont have as pink eyes, also breeding. Breeding for a few generations will help you figure out the mode of inheritence of that mutation.
i know this threads really old but ide like to add that the lute prinnie might actually be a fallow.. the one i have hanging on the wall( too beautiful to throw out when it died) has a blue rump and some green under the wings
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