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I don't see any sense of adding "wing" in the name... just "cinnamon" is enough
Well, it only affects the stripes....

Just 'cinnamon' would suggest that the body is cinnamon colored
 

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There actually is a cinnamon mutation, though
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Like this budgie ^
 
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Well, it only affects the stripes....

Just 'cinnamon' would suggest that the body is cinnamon colored
no, "cinnamon" doeasn't mean the color - it is the mutation name. The name "cinnamon" is because the black color is changed to brown, and the rest is a bit paler. And it is about ALL parrot species. And cinnamon is always recessive (at least I've never hard about dominate version)
 

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Are we allowed to get a hint? you have me stumped. (although knowing my knowledge the answer is probably really simple and I am just too dumb to know it) πŸ˜žπŸ˜¬πŸ˜†
really?

yellow cheeked cockatiel?
 

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