Body Color: A normal budgie will have an even non-diluted shade of body color (body color will vary depending on whether they are yellow or blue, and if they have any dark factors) on their chest, breast and rump where it will be the darkest.
Head, Throat Spot And Wing Markings: This is the normal pattern of a wild budgie. Their wing and head barring will be black with a yellow or white (edging depending on the body color) with solid black throat spots.
Cheek Patches: Violet
Main Tail Feathers: Dark blue.
Feet And Leg Color: Blue to grey.
Eye color and iris at maturity: Black eyes with white iris.
Mature Adult Cere Color: Medium to deep blue in males, and tan to light blue/white in females depending on if they are in breeding condition