The Celestial or Pacific parrotlets are the more popular when it comes to pet Parrotlets and this is for very good reasons. These birds are described as more parrot-like when it comes to their personalities. In addition they are also described as a few of the prettiest birds for this breed. The hand-fed babies usually make for wonderful companions or pets when they are placed into a home directly after weaning and often become a beloved member of a household in no time. The Turquoise Parrotlet mutations are also known for the outgoing personalities, their loving and playfulness.
The Turquoise Parrotlets first came about in America and are a beautifully colored bird. The male of this species retains blue markings on the wings and the rump, while the females of this species do not. Both the males and the females have strikingly green faces and a blue and turquoise body.
When it comes to owing a Parrotlet, it is not really about owning the most exotic or rarest parrotlet, but rather about obtaining the highest quality in parrotlets. Many of the aviaries now breed genetic types of train-wrecked mutations and it has become very important for the bird owners to know all about the breeder they decide to buy from. The different breeders can mean a vast difference between small birds that will only live up to six years to genetically healthy birds that can live between fifteen to twenty years.
About The Turquoise Dilute Parrotlet
When it comes to the Parrotlet world, the Turquoise Dilutes is regarded as the cream of the crop. They are a fantastically beautiful colored-bird. This bird has a mix of pastel and dilute colors with a turquoise tint over its body and green color cast on its forehead or yellow cast in the females. The babies are loving and sweet pets with fantastic personalities. This particular breed is considered rare and hard-to-find.
Both the Pastel or Marbled and Turquoise Dilutes have a light sky-blue coloring with a Turquoise cast of color that runs over their bodies. This breed has dark eyes and males have dark-blue cobalt marks on their wings and the area of the rump. The differences between the dilute and the pastels will be the lacewing-markings found on their wings. The best way to study these differences would be to make use of a good magnifying glass and check the colors under different types of lights such as an ultra-violet light to determine whether the bird has lacewing patterns.
When the bird shows up the right colors along with the lacewing-patterns then this breed will be a pastel. If the bird happens to have the right colors without the lacewing-pattern then it is known as a dilute. If a bird has no signs of turquoise on the top part of its head or forehead the bird will be an American White, Blue Pastel or Blue Dilute. It assists one to know about the bloodline of the bird as well as its background.
If you're interested in finding top-quality Parrotlets on sale we recommend searching online. You can often find many reputable websites that will showcase these terrific rare beauties. However, it's a good idea to ask how long they have been in business as well as asking them for previous customer references.
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