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#40745 - 02/01/07 02:19 AM Re: Lakenvelder Color Genes ???????
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Originally posted by joachimdippold:
Thanks Henk!

Though, this was not what i meant. This is "too detailed" for me to understand, i only meant itīs not like, say sexlinked barring;-)
I would not conclude that so easily... wink

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#40746 - 02/01/07 02:39 AM Re: Lakenvelder Color Genes ???????
Joachim Dippold Offline
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Thanks again Henk!

Please be patient with me, if it were like barring shouldnīt there be a noticable difference in "how wide" the rim is?

Gotta run, need to check out if I can see a difference in our birds...

Best greetings,

Joachim

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#40747 - 02/01/07 11:33 AM Re: Lakenvelder Color Genes ???????
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It's probably not sexlinked dominant and dosage dependent, no.
But it still could be sexlinked.

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#40748 - 02/01/07 12:35 PM Re: Lakenvelder Color Genes ???????
Joachim Dippold Offline
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Thanks Henk for clearing this up for me.

You know, itīs funny: I spent most of the day out with the birds to look out for hackle-variations, but silly-me forgot to put on his glasses and found out, trara: nothing;-) LOL!

Need to observe more acurate, those bunch of Hobbgoblins is fast, and some look very similar. At least i managed to work on our chart partly. Thew most difficult part for me is determining the different shades of gold, red, buff, yellow and orange in our birds, will keep you updated,

thanks again and best greetings,

Joachim

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