Love bird mutations
What if black mask mauve female is crossed with white head albino male
Black mask mauve female cross with hybrid orange head green male
I would recommend searching for an established lovebird breeder to get some suggestions. Generally you do not want to mix species, which will result in a hybrid. There are lovebird species and then color mutations within each species. So breeding 2 color mutations of a masked lovebird, for example, is not a hybrid, you are just trying for another mutation. I don’t recommend crossing a masked lovebird with a peach faced or a Fischer’s as these would be hybrids. Because the common names of color mutations can vary by region or country, I am not clear what your current birds are. And without knowing their full background, it can be hard or not possible to predict the mutations they might produce. But a lovebird breeder who is experienced with color mutations and genetics could give you a better idea.
Thank you for asking Lafeber,