- Project K.A.M.K.
- Agapornis Genome Study 2.0
- Genome study blue1 and blue2
- Evolution and taxon Genus Agapornis
- Opaline mutation in Psittaciformes
- Natural habitat and wildtype of Agapornis fischeri
Studies in the past:
- Autosomal incomplete dominant grey factor in Agapornis roseicollis
- Autosomal recessive grey mutation in Forpus coelestis
- Pheomelanin project: Can parrots synthesize pheomelanin in feathers?
- Associate study leader on Dr. Henriette van der Zwan’s (Friedrich) study to sequence the genome of the genus Agapornis
More info: genomestudy.ogvzw.org)
- Study to taxonomy and colour mutations in genus Agapornis
- Study to taxonomy and colour mutations in genus Forpus
- Study to colour mutations in Serinus canaria
- Study to colour mutations in Taeniopygia guttata
- Anticipation in genus Agapornis
- Parthenogenesis in Agapornis roseicollis
- Myostatine gene
- Genus Neophema
- Study to the wildtype and mutations of the Gouldian finch (Chloebia gouldiae)
Fieldwork in the past:
- 2009 – Own research to Agapornis roseicollis in Namibia
- 2010 & 2013 – Volunteer in the Lovebird Research Project in Liwonde National Park in Malawi. Research to Agapornis lilianae (October 2010 & June 2013).
This research project is set up by Tiwonge Mzumara and later registered for a PhD with Professor Mike Perrin of the Research Centre for African Parrot Conservation at the University of Kwazulu Natal in South-Africa
Good to know:
Our research to new colour mutations in aviculture is confidential. We never share any (personal) information on (possible) new colour mutations without permission. It is ALWAYS the owner/original breeder who decides when / how / by whom and to whom the new mutation can be revealed.