Is this considered as hourglass?

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Is this considered as hourglass?

Post by Flight Feathers » Tue Feb 27, 2018 8:16 pm

Hi All,

Just wondering if the strange barring on this finches tail is considered hour glass? This is the best pic I have as the baby shown in the pic died about a year ago as it was one of my first baby Zebs. The reason I am asking if this is considered hourglass is because I'm trying to figure out which of my Zebs carry bb. Thanks in advance for any replies!
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Re: Is this considered as hourglass?

Post by haroun » Wed Feb 28, 2018 5:15 pm

Flight Feathershi it's not clear, and to early to state

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Re: Is this considered as hourglass?

Post by Flight Feathers » Wed Feb 28, 2018 6:43 pm

haroun wrote: Flight Feathershi it's not clear, and to early to state
Ah okay, that's annoying then. Has strange tail bars/spots all the same.
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