Ok I have been trying to figure out how to breed a lacewing with out actually having a lace wing. I have a male that is split for ino and a female that is cinnamon. But my head is spinning trying to figure out what their chicks would look like. I know that 50% of the females will be ino and 50% of the males will be split for ino. I also know that 50% of the males will be split for cinnamon as well. I know that both ino and cinnamon are sex linked. So can this pair produce a male that is split for both ino and cinnamon? After that should I pair the male chick that is split for both genes to a cinnamon hen or an ino hen? And what will their chicks out comes be? Wow my head is spinning but I know there is a way to do this. It will just take me a wile... Thanks for any ones input.