Fb2 Genetics Budgerigars Bklt ePub
by Lord Hunt
|Publisher:||Hodder Arnold H& S (March 1, 1985)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1826 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1862 kb|
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Birds of this species are commonly known by the terms 'budgerigar', or informally just 'budgie'. The wildtype (natural-coloured or wild occurring) budgerigar's colour is called Lightgreen
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Budgerigars that are related or which have fatty tumours or other potential genetic health problems should not be allowed to. .Encyclopedia Article. Evolution, Biology, Evolutionary biology, Speciation, Population genetics.
Budgerigars that are related or which have fatty tumours or other potential genetic health problems should not be allowed to breed. Parasites (lice, mites, worms) and pathogens (bacteria, fungi and viruses), are contagious and thus transmitted between individuals through either direct or indirect contact.
The information comes from "The Complete Book Of Budgerigars" by John Scoble (published in 1981 by Lansdowne Press, Sydney)
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Hawk hunting budgerigars. Hawk (family Accipitridae) hunting budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus) as they flock en masse to find water. These small parakeets are native to Australia, but have been introduced throughout the world as a pet. Photographed in the Northern Territory, Australia, in summer.
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