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#91532 - 09/08/10 11:39 PM Chick down phenotypes and genotypes
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On request a topic about chick down phenotypes and the genotypes to go with it.
We want to keep this topic clean so every off topic remark will be removed!

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e+: chipmunk pattern
eb: helmet pattern
eWh: little pattern (overall yellowish)
ER: overall dark pattern, dark legs.
E: penguin pattern

leg color often yellowish at start.

Pictures welcome...

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#91533 - 09/08/10 11:52 PM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: Henk69]
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Hope this helps.
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#91540 - 09/09/10 04:36 AM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: GSC]
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Here are 3 chicks hatched 5 days ago. Dad is cream choc partridge and Mom is a cream carrier choc partidge. The male has an issue with throwing unpatterned chicks sometimes although possibly the female too.


Henk69: typical eb head pattern, allthough not strict helmet.
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#91541 - 09/09/10 04:51 AM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: GSC]
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I think the meaning of this thread is like that : you know and are 100 % sure that for example your chicks are pure partridge(concentric pencilling) ebPg/ebPg s+/s+. You make a distinct picture and place it here with discription. It is not so much for discussion but rather for presentation for others. If somebody has doubts/problems with a picture, it can be discussed in a separate thread. Am I on the right track?

This can be deleted.

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#91542 - 09/09/10 05:01 AM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: Wieslaw]
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here is my photo bucket file, many i know the off one i guess:

http://s134.photobucket.com/albums/q100/ruffEnuff_photos/down%20colour/

i shall make a point of adding to it.

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#91552 - 09/09/10 03:46 PM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: RuffEnuff]
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eb (melanized)
Barnevelder, double-laced, eb/eb Pg/Pg, Ml/Ml

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#91556 - 09/09/10 07:39 PM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: Chook-in-Eire]
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Here's my 2 cents worth (currency: NZ$), considering the exchange rate, probably not worth much:

E/eWh, Co/co, S/S (S/-), B/b (B/-)


Er/eWh, S/- Co/co Id/- (and middle chick is highly suspected Co/Co) [Id=Inhibitor of dermal melanin]


e+/eWh, I/i+ & i+/i+



Edited by Henk69 (09/09/10 11:26 PM)

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#91608 - 09/13/10 04:27 AM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: GSC]
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Originally Posted By: Henk69
typical e^b head pattern, allthough not strict helmet.

Would some be kind enough to post an eb chick with a 'strict helemet' please? blush
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#91621 - 09/13/10 03:49 PM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: GSC]
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Originally Posted By: Henk69
Would some be kind enough to post an eb chick with a 'strict helemet' please? blush


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#91622 - 09/13/10 04:07 PM Re: Chick down phenotypes and genotypes [Re: Chook-in-Eire]
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Seriously though,
this is the best I could find in my photo archive. Note the light-coloured neckline. It's a Barnevelder female.


Edit (addition): Thanks to GSC pointing me back to an old thread I started here, I've found better 'helmet-clad' chicks:

Golden Laced Wyandottes eb/eb, db+/db+, Pg/Pg, Ml/Ml, Co/Co


Edited by Chook-in-Eire (09/14/10 03:27 AM)

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