Normal - sex-linked (x-chromosome), dominant to Clearbody - sex-linked, dominant to
Ino - sex-linked recessive
just because you got a couple now does not mean he isn't split to it - I've had males split to cinnamon and not get any cinnamon's from them until their 8th or 9th clutch (with different females none of who was cinnamon)
some times a bird can be split to a mutation and it just never show up but it'll show up down the line with their babies.
I've had it happen also with males split to Opaline and Ino as well.
Thanks for the great info, this would make sense alot...
I thought that if the cock is split, all female chicks would be his split gene, but after reading your posts, its just like how the ino gene work
and moreover, if clearbody is dominant to ino, then if I paired this split cock to an ino hen, there is a better chance that I would get some clearbody cocks, right?