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How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by Mrs. Beach on Mon Apr 23, 2012 6:28 pm

A^vy/a c^ch/c^ch s/s Spl/*

How about this one:
A^vy/a c^ch/c^e s/s Spl/*

And this:
A^vy/ae c^ch/c^ch s.s Spl/*
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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by Stina on Mon Apr 23, 2012 6:49 pm

first and last easiest would be chinchillated brindle tricolors (a^e is going to be recessive to A^vy and isn't likely to affect the appearance at all)...IF you can tell the difference between the c^ch/c^e and c^ch/c^ch "versions" the c^ch/c^e I'd probably call mud brindle tricolor...lol There isn't really any "simple" name for them.

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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by Mrs. Beach on Mon Apr 23, 2012 6:56 pm

So, "chinchillated" instead of "chinchilla"? I thought one option would be "chinchilla brindle tricolor". There are brown brindles and blue brindles, so I figure the "chinchilla" would precede the "brindle". There are blue tricolors, etc., so the "chinchilla" would go before the "tricolor".

Yeah, and I was hoping there was a nicer term than "mud" for c^ch/c^e, but I know that's what it's called. Sheesh! My new breeding goal! Mud brindle tricolors and chinchillated brindle tricolors!
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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by Stina on Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:03 pm

since "chinchilla" is an actual color, I prefer to use chinchillated.

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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by Laigaie on Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:14 pm

...I feel like I posted on this thread. Did I get modded, or did my computer eat the post?

Anyway, I would also have said that the simple answer is chinchillated brindle tri, or chinchillated pied brindle splashed (if you're uncomfortable using the word tri with animals that are very poor examples).

More specifically, though:

1) Chinchillated brindle tri or chinchillated pied brindle splashed
2) Mock chocolate brindle tri or mock chocolate pied brindle splashed
3) Chinchillated brindle tri carrying extreme non-agouti or chinchillated pied brindle splashed
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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by Rhasputin on Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:44 pm

Your computer must have eaten the post, to answer your question. tongue
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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by kawmice on Mon Apr 23, 2012 11:36 pm

Oh wow. I bred chinchillated agouti in the past. A chinchillated brindle? What do they look like? Picture Ann? Lol
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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by Mrs. Beach on Tue Apr 24, 2012 12:02 am

Pix of chinchillated brindles when I get them! I had been breeding for extreme dilute brindle tris and discovered they are too light, so I'm going darker. But if you want to know...Mrs. Beach, the mouse in my avatar, is probably c^ch/c^e or chinchillated brindle. The tri part would be orange brindle patches in addition to the chinchillated brindle patches, and white patches. THIS IS MY BREEDING GOAL. I am one generation away from having extreme dilute brindle tris, but I need to cross in c^ch now. My next generation should be some fairly decent c^ch/c^e brindle tris.
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Re: How would you say this genotype in English?

Post by kawmice on Tue Apr 24, 2012 12:26 am

Ah! Ok. Lol.
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