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Old 08-16-2010, 08:11 PM
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Hey guys,
I was wondering what I would get the from the following pairs?
Grey cock X Violet hen
Grey cock x lutino hen
Grey cock x Albino hen
Lutino cock x Albino hen
Lutino cock x violet hen
Albino hen x Violet cock
What would I get from the following pairs??
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are we to assume that they are all normals, or are you just after possible body colours?
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are we to assume that they are all normals, or are you just after possible body colours?
I was asked the question in a pm Toni and replied on the understanding that we do not know what these birds may be split for Have a good day all
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I will answer here and not on your PM in case others are interested

In all cases I have assumed the grey & violet to be single factor & that the birds are normal mutations & not split for anything


Grey cock X Violet hen
25% grey
25% violet
25% violet grey
25% blue


Grey cock x lutino hen
If the lutino is not split for blue and is not masking any other mutations:
50% green
50% grey green


Grey cock x Albino hen
50% grey
50% blue


Lutino cock x Albino hen
If the lutino is not split for blue
100% lutino


Lutino cock x violet hen
If the lutino is not split for blue:
Females all lutino
Males all green


Albino hen x Violet cock
50% violet
50% blue


It is uncommon for birds not to have hidden genes so unless you have more information about their ancestry you can expect surprises
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We agree Nev
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