thx for commentI agree. I raise almonds and get those large patches of kite (which is what the one wing looks to me, just solid kite) rather often. Mosaics are really neat and I have seen a few, but never 20 in one spot!!!
No, because a mosaic is a random genetic mutation. It's up there with double headed birds and extra toes They're not positive how mosaics happen, but the main theories are either two sperm fertilized one egg, or two embryo fused together, producing a "quilted" or patchwork colored bird. You can't purposely breed one.Question: What is the result of mating mosaic birds together? Do you get a lot of mosaics?