Color Mutations of the Peachfaced Lovebirds aka Rosy-faced Lovebirds

Peachfaced Lovebirds Color Mutations

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The names of the Lovebird mutation are listed on the photos.  Lovebird mutations featured on this page include: Dark Factor Violet, Pied, Violet Pied, Dutch Blue, Lutino, White-faced Lovebirds, Dark Blue American mutation, Green Australian Cinnamon, Seagreen, Orange-faced, etc.


Dark Factor Violet Lovebird
Feral Lovebird Family
Dutch Blue Lovebird Juvenile (note the dark markings on her upper beak). About 8 weeks old - Name “Tiki”
Dutch Blue Lovebird with Violet Pied Lovebird
Female Lutino (orange face?); Male: Dominant Teal Pied
White-face Medium Violet Pied Female and White-face Violet American Cinnamon Male
White-face Medium Violet Pied Female and White-face Violet American Cinnamon Male
Peach-face Lovebird (White faced lovebird mutation - Agapornis Roseicollis)
Medium Green White faced Peach-face Lovebird
Green Pied Peach-face Lovebird
White Faced Dark Blue American Cinnamon Lovebird
Green Australian Cinnamon Peach-face Lovebird
Peach-face Lovebirds (Left: Red Opaline - Right: Orange-faced Opaline Mutations
Feral Lovebird Family
Lutino Peachfaced Lovebird
Dutch Blue Mutation
Seagreen mutation (also known as AquaTurquoise in the European parlance)
Whitefaced Blue (Turquoise) Lovebird

The lovely photos below featuring various peach-face lovebird mutations were kindly provided by:

Terry Quinn – Talented Photographer and Breeder of Lovebirds, Conures and Canaries.


Lovebird Mutations
American and Australian Cinnamon Mutation
Blue Violet Mutation
Seagreen Lovebird
Violet Mutation
Autralian Cinnamon - Young Adult
Australian Cinnamon
Pied Dutch Blue Mutation
Pied Mutation
Dutch Blue Mutation
Lutino Lovebird Chick
Australian Cinnamon
Dark Factor Dutch Blue Mutation