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Lu, a pink white male who was fostered here and is now at his forever home with Dawn of Sunnyvale, CA. Snap, a homo pink white homozygous for beige owned by Ridge Chinchillas, bred Homo ebony chinchilla Vin Somavia.

Krystal steal_sky lopez vibrador sybian. Extra dark or "Homo" Ebony chinchilla. Ebony is not known to exist in a true homozygous state so the term can be misleading. A pure black Homo ebony chinchilla will still throw.

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Pussy Espanola Watch If i have hsv1 can i kiss Video Fusker porn. The pink white is a combination of the white gene and one hetero or two homo beige genes. The white is normally most influential in the chinchilla's coat color although most pink whites have some indication of beige as seen in their pink ears and sometimes beige markings. Eyes are normally dark but can be ruby-colored in a chin with heavy beige influence, especially homo pink whites a pink white with two beige genes, short for homozygous. A pink white cannot be homozygous for the white gene due to the lethal factor of white in the homozygous form. Note the heavy veiling along his sides. This picture was taken indoors in low light conditions. Gerard, a brown velvet owned by Sandi of Illinois. See the darker colored face compared to a beige chin and his white belly. This picture was taken with the illumination of natural sunlight. Brown velvets should also have a crisp white belly. Brown velvets also generally have some shade of ruby-colored eyes due to the influence of the beige gene. Also, just as some lines of beiges can have freckles on the ears, so, too, can brown velvets. Multiple Mutation Colors The following colors seen in these chinchillas are caused by a combination of mutations as opposed to a single mutation. If a breeder says they have a Heterozygous Ebony, they cannot be sure which of these genes their Ebony is Heterozygous for, so principally, they are guessing geneotype, based on phenotype. What breeders mean is that the animal is not an 'Every-Hair-Shiny-Black', but still resembles an Ebony. These classifications make sense from a breeding point of view, to help track veiling and intensity through your Ebony lines. From a show perspective, it is the 'every-hair-shiny-black' Ebony we should be looking for. From this classification, it is clear that any baby bred from an Ebony type chinchilla should also be called an Ebony, in order to prevent the bluish or brownish discolouration of belly fur from contaminating breeder's herds. Ebony is a cumulative Dominant Mutation. It must be Dominant, otherwise all babies bred from an Extra-Dark Ebony to a Standard would look like Standards with white belly fur , and of course they don't. Ebony is also Cumulative, since we see differing 'shades' or colour-phases of them, and by mating two Dark Ebonies together, you can get Extra-Dark Ebonies which we're after from a show point of view. My understanding of the cumulative nature of the Ebony is that it takes a number of factors to breed the 'Every-hair-shiny-Black' chinchilla we're after. Some say you need four Ebony genes to get an Extra-Dark Ebony. From a practical standpoint, if you wish to breed Extra-Dark Ebonies consider for instance that they have 4 Ebony Genes , then the progeny from an Extra-Dark to a Standard could vary between having 4, 3, 2, 1 or 0 Ebony genes from the Ebony parent, and of course none from the Standard parent. Ebony Punnet Square. Light Ebonies may have one Ebony gene that gives very poor veiling coverage and intensity, so on it's own, passes as a Standard. This does get a little complicated, but this is a symptom of this complex mutation. Couple this with the possibility of more than four genes at work, and also with the Probability that some Ebonies with two genes may look more dark and better covered than some Ebonies with more, and you have a huge melting pot! The practical applications of this are simple. In order to get quality into your animals, you must firstly use a wasteful mating, such as Extra-Dark Ebony to Standard. Select the Extra-Darks and Dark Ebonies from this mating 2 in 5 babies might be this way and cross them together Discard the 3 in 5 babies which are not dark enough. This is an example of how wasteful a breeding program for this mutation is Recessives such as Sapphire, Violet and Charcoal are also wasteful, but not quite as much! You should also, of course be selecting for all other attributes which make for a beautiful chinchilla, namely large size, blocky conformation, fur type silky-strong-stand-up-fur , even fur length, extra-heavy fur density, fur clarity, blueness, even veiling coverage, etc, etc When exhibiting Ebonies at NCS UK shows, judges are expecting to see Extra-Dark Ebonies which are intensely blue-black over their entire body, including their belly fur. Ebonies which are not of the required intensity of colour or coverage will be held back from gaining a first ribbon. At first glance, sapphires may appear similar to a light standard but they have a blue hue to their fur and pink ears. The sapphire mutation is recessive which means the chin must have two sapphire genes homozygous in order to be sapphire in appearance. The sapphires tend to be weaker animals and careful breeding must be done when working with this mutation in order to further improvement- a strong standard line to breed them to is a MUST! Uncommon Single Mutation Colors: The recessive white originated in Enderby, BC. Kits are born a champagne color, lightening as they grow and then darkening again with maturity. Adults are a creamy white with champagne-hued veiling. They have dark pink eyes. Alderbrook Chinchillas bought out Robert Lowe's herd of recessive whites in In fall of , we purchased a group of Recessive Whites and carriers from Alderbrook Chinchillas and are very fortunate to be one of the few breeders working on this mutation. Multiple Mutation Colors. Standard Gray - Standard, Naturelle. Ready The ebony is a unique mutation that is not completely understood. Africa, developed in Sullivan, CA The violet mutation is recessive meaning a chin must be homozygous have two violet genes in order to exhibit the violet color phenotypically. The sire was from a line that Ellis confirmed was purchased from Doug Wilson. Doug Wilson is not to be confused with the Wilson of wilson white. The name goldbar was given to this recessive white mutation because of the champagne or gold color. Hence the term, "goldbar". It was recently confirmed in that the Goldbar is the same mutation as the Lowe Recessive white. This was proven by breeding a Goldbar to a Lowe Recessive white and obtaining only creamy white colored offspring. If they were not the same mutation, this crossing would have resulted in all standard colored offspring carrying the Goldbar and Lowe Recessive white gene The gene causing the coloring in the Goldbar line and Lowe Recessive line is the same gene! Unless a new name is given for this color, I will continue to call any animal out of the original Lowe RW lines, Lowe Recessive whites and any out of the original Goldbar lines, I will refer to as Goldbars. The color can range from very light gray with black tips to very dark black. The color should appear to be a dark blue black and lack any red cast to the fur. A tan chinchilla has an ebony and a beige parent. Violet is a recessive gene. Therefore the chin must have two violet parents or violet carrier parents. Violets have grey fur with a blue hue and should have a crisp white belly. Breeding violets to each other is not recommended since this color is recessive. It is always best to breed a violet to a violet carrier as not to loose quality in breeding..

An ebony is a standard chinchilla with an accumulation of the ebony gene. They can The common terms used are Hetero and Homo.

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Homo ebony chinchilla are. Notice the beige markings on his face and tail BOTTOM LEFT: Snap, a homo pink In chinchillas like this, sometimes one won't know it carries ebony until it. LEFT: A young homo beige, courtesy of Ralston Chinchilla Ranch.

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The ebony mutation causes a "wrap-around" effect on a chin, causing the body color to. In chinchillas like this, sometimes one won't know it Homo ebony chinchilla ebony until it throws an ebony baby!

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Tan whites have eyes which can range in color from dark to ruby, depending on the number of beige and ebony genes. The pictures shown above are of very obvious tan whites, although not all tan white chins may show the ebony influence as Homo ebony chinchilla as they do. Coloration is slightly darker than a typical beige but notice: Wile E. Dark tan male with freckling on the ears, owned by Marion of Germany Just as ebonies come in varying shades, the same applies to tans which have various ebony genes as well as one or both Homo ebony chinchilla genes.

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Tans are normally characterized as light also called pastels by some in the US, not be confused by pastels in the UK which are Homo ebony chinchilla combination of beige and charcoal, which is separate from the US' eboniesmedium, dark, or extra dark also called chocolates, although these are very Homo ebony chinchilla.

The ebony genes causes the color of the body to wrap around the body so that the animal does not have the Homo ebony chinchilla belly. The more ebony genes, the darker the color. Also, just as some lines of beiges can develop freckles go here the ears, tans can also develop freckles due to the beige influence.

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A young beige violet courtesy of Quality Homo ebony chinchilla Chinchillas Although not commonly bred for due to the improvements that still need to be made to the violets, a beige violet is a cross between both violet and beige.

This combination of mutations is sometimes also called "pearl" in the UK.

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As violet is recessive, the chinchilla must receive a violet gene from both parents and at least one beige gene from either parent. Also of the black-brown or Charcoal series but different from the Tasco.

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In the heterozygous Homo ebony chinchilla it has standard fur with a definite bluish belly. In the homozygous state, it is quite dark but has a curly twist to the fur. This animal has a very dark, blue-black appearance of the grotzen strip of fur in the back in the heterozygous state but has a blue-grey and blue-brown discoloration of the belly. This passes as a standard if it has Homo ebony chinchilla a minimum belly discoloration.

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Lester of Oklahoma in Jet black with a black or black-grey belly and a lighter underfur. They have a waviness of the fur. In the carrier state, the animal looks almost entirely like a Standard. Accumulation of genes; Considering the Tasco mutation as described above, Homo ebony chinchilla breeding more and more veiling and colour intensity genes of the same type together, they can be accumulated and darkening of source offspring increases.

Breeding an Extra-Dark Tasco or Ebony to a Standard can prove this, as almost all of the resulting offspring will be marked. If you take the marked offspring which have quite a lot of darkness, rather than those with less or no marking, and these are bred in turn to another group of Standard females. Their offspring in turn will contain the marking of Tasco, indicating that, as the Homo ebony chinchilla of weakly dominant genes Homo ebony chinchilla diluted, it must be diluted at least 3 or 4 breedings before most evidence of the gene is gone.

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Naming your Ebony hybrids It seems that Ebonies are referred to as 'Hetero' and 'Homo' depending on their colour. This is not only confusing, but geneticaly a phenotypic guess as to the animal's genotype.

Homo ebony chinchilla generally fall into the following categories.

SEX GIRLS Watch Homemad voyeur tube Video Sexlessen. Also known as a homo ebony, this ebony chin has all black hairs with no light hairs whatsoever. Its fur shaft should be a solid color to the skin and have a shiny appearance. The color can range from very light gray with black tips to very dark black. The color should appear to be a dark blue black and lack any red cast to the fur. A tan chinchilla has an ebony and a beige parent. Violet is a recessive gene. Therefore the chin must have two violet parents or violet carrier parents. Violets have grey fur with a blue hue and should have a crisp white belly. Thumper, a hetero ebony courtesy of Alecia. Note the belly color resulting from the ebony genes. Somavia, W. Paul and T. The ebony is a unique mutation that is not completely understood. There are a number of ebony and charcoal genes that make up the coloration and the more of these genes a chin has, the darker it appears. It is more appropriate to use the color phase of the chin light, medium, dark to describe it. The ebony mutation causes a "wrap-around" effect on a chin, causing the body color to wrap around the belly. This mutation is sometimes termed "charcoal" but this is incorrectly used in the US as only a few breeders in the UK have focused on preserving the true charcoals, a separate mutation from our ebonies of today. Here in the US, the terms charcoal and ebony are sometimes used interchangably because our ebony animals may contain charcoal genes but our ebonies have glossy fur characteristics unlike the matte pure charcoals. A homo eb , courtesy of Sarah of Ralston Chinchilla Ranch. Although the term "homo ebony" is often used to describe this mutation, like the lighter ebonies, this is not technically correct as this mutation is not comprised of just one gene in a homozygous form. It is more accurate to call these extra dark ebonies. These dark animals should be bright and clear and care must be taken not to breed any ebony animal with a red cast. Iceman, violet male owned by Alecia. Priest, owned by Jennifer of Sooner Chinchillas , bred by the Ryersons. Africa, developed in Sullivan, CA. The violet mutation is recessive meaning a chin must be homozygous have two violet genes in order to exhibit the violet color phenotypically. The violet is a light violet-gray color and has a white belly. Although huge strides have been made in getting size and belly clearness into the violet animal, there is still much work to be done with improving this mutation. I commend those who have been putting the effort into the violets thus far! Kryst'al, courtesy of Sooner Chinchillas, bred by Jan Ryerson. T56, Sapphire baby bred by Jennifer of Sooner Chinchillas. Exhibited in the 'Self-Brown' class with Pastels and Dark Pastels, which cannot be phenotypically distinguished from each other. Would resemble a Wilson White, except the guard hair and fur would be black, not Standard grey, and the veiling may also include the belly fur. A few examples started to be bred but generally poor fur quality. Unless the veiling spreads into the belly fur, they would be judged in the Wilson White or Black-White classes. This combination puts Black Velvet with the Black Ebony. When the Ebony is in the Extra-dark colour phase, the presence of Black Velvet is not easy to see. These chinchillas would be exhibited in the 'Self-Black' class with the Char-Blacks, since they cannot be easily distinguished phenotypically. Solid Violet, or Violet Wrap. A Solid Violet would be a chinchilla which resembled a Violet, but was this colouration all over it's body; an influence from the Ebony genes. These mutations have not appeared on UK show tables but it is expect that they will have poor fur qualities, due to the double combination of recessive genes, and the weak nature of the Ebony and Violet mutations. Solid Sapphire. Solid Sapphire, or Sapphire wrap. A Solid Sapphire would be a chinchilla which resembled a Sapphire or Royal Blue, but was this colouration all over it's body; an influence from the Ebony genes. These mutations have not appeared on UK show tables but it is expected that they will have poor fur qualities, due to the double combination of recessive genes, and the weak nature of the Ebony and Sapphire mutations. Charcoal gives a matt-grey colouration all over a chinchillas body and belly fur. Ebony gives a shiny-black colouration all over a chinchiillas fur, including the belly fur. I can see no benefit to combining these Mutations. Extra Dark 4. Dark 3. Medium Dark 2. Medium 1. Light 0. Tan or Pastel. Note the heavy veiling along his sides. This picture was taken indoors in low light conditions. Gerard, a brown velvet owned by Sandi of Illinois. See the darker colored face compared to a beige chin and his white belly. This picture was taken with the illumination of natural sunlight. Brown velvets should also have a crisp white belly. Brown velvets also generally have some shade of ruby-colored eyes due to the influence of the beige gene. Also, just as some lines of beiges can have freckles on the ears, so, too, can brown velvets. Multiple Mutation Colors The following colors seen in these chinchillas are caused by a combination of mutations as opposed to a single mutation. The chin often exhibits some characteristics of both mutations. These colors are also sometimes characterized as hybrid colors. Lu, a pink white male who was. Beige viole t Pearl - violet x Beige..

The Ebony is different, and is classed as a cumulative dominant mutation. My understanding is that Ebony is primarily the Tasco, with additionally a collection of different genes which, in certain combinations generate the true Homo ebony chinchilla, the 'Every-Hair-Shiny-Black' chinchilla! If a breeder says they have a Heterozygous Ebony, they cannot be sure which of these genes their Ebony is Heterozygous for, so principally, they are guessing geneotype, based on phenotype.

What breeders mean is that the animal is not an Homo ebony chinchilla, but still resembles an Ebony. These classifications make sense from a breeding point of view, to help track veiling and intensity through your Ebony lines. From a show perspective, it is the 'every-hair-shiny-black' Ebony we should be looking for.

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From this classification, it is clear that any baby bred from an Ebony type Homo ebony chinchilla should also be called an Ebony, in order to prevent the bluish or brownish discolouration of belly fur from contaminating breeder's herds. This mutation is sometimes termed "charcoal" but this is incorrectly used in the US as only a few breeders in the UK have focused on Homo ebony chinchilla the true charcoals, a separate mutation from our ebonies of today.

Gardivoir porn Watch Tickling sex stories Video Rukhsar Xxx. Leg bands on Brown Velvets are brown and the underside is white. Brown velvets can either be heterozygous or homozygous. The white gene is an incomplete gene and therefore must be in combination in another color. The patterns can range from a slight silver tipping to extreme and unique patterns. Pink white is a cross between a white and beige chinchilla. The coloring is predominantly white with some creamy beige patterns and a pink nose and light ears. This pink white chinchilla can be both homozygous or hetero pink white. Usually a homozygous has bright pink eyes and is often mistaken for albino. Kits are born a champagne color, lightening as they grow and then darkening again with maturity. Adults are a creamy white with champagne-hued veiling. They have dark pink eyes. Alderbrook Chinchillas bought out Robert Lowe's herd of recessive whites in In fall of , we purchased a group of Recessive Whites and carriers from Alderbrook Chinchillas and are very fortunate to be one of the few breeders working on this mutation. Multiple Mutation Colors. Standard Gray - Standard, Naturelle. Ready The ebony is a unique mutation that is not completely understood. Africa, developed in Sullivan, CA The violet mutation is recessive meaning a chin must be homozygous have two violet genes in order to exhibit the violet color phenotypically. The sire was from a line that Ellis confirmed was purchased from Doug Wilson. Doug Wilson is not to be confused with the Wilson of wilson white. The name goldbar was given to this recessive white mutation because of the champagne or gold color. Hence the term, "goldbar". It was recently confirmed in that the Goldbar is the same mutation as the Lowe Recessive white. This was proven by breeding a Goldbar to a Lowe Recessive white and obtaining only creamy white colored offspring. If they were not the same mutation, this crossing would have resulted in all standard colored offspring carrying the Goldbar and Lowe Recessive white gene The gene causing the coloring in the Goldbar line and Lowe Recessive line is the same gene! Unless a new name is given for this color, I will continue to call any animal out of the original Lowe RW lines, Lowe Recessive whites and any out of the original Goldbar lines, I will refer to as Goldbars. Gingerbread, a Sullivan recessive beige, courtesy of Chinchilla Park Place The first Sullivan recessive beige was born on Lloyd Sullivan's ranch in the 's. The Sullivan beige has pink eyes and have fur which is pale beige in color. It is said that they do not oxidize the way the common Tower beige does as it ages. Today, they are a very rare mutation, being bred by experienced breeders and ranchers to try to improve their fur, as well as produce more of them. Wellman Recessive Beige Dark-eyed beige, Wellman beige This mutation first appeared in as a champagne-colored animal with dark eyes. Since this mix of genes, some Dominant and some Recessive, we are now in a situation where it is safest to say that Ebonies are 'Cumulative Dominant' Mutations. This means that in order to attain the 'every-hair-shiny-black' chinchilla called Ebony, we need a combination of separate genes to help us get there. These animals were bred on a variety of ranches throughout the US in the 's, and examples are as follows -. The Charcoal Mutation is a 'simple recessive' mutation, and therefore follows the same genetic rules as Sapphire and Violet. Charcoals arrived at various herds throughout America during the 's and 's, and generally were named after the owner of the ranch. There are several different strains of the Charcoal gene, although some are likely the same as others, but the distinct Recessive Charcoal mutation in the UK is the Brouke Charcoal. The Homozygous Recessive Charcoal two charcoal genes is a grey-charcoal colouration all over it's body and belly-fur. Where only one Charcoal gene is present in an animal, making it heterozygous Recessive Charcoal, NO discolouration or Charcoal colouration is seen on the animal. A Standard carrying Charcoal looks like a Standard, and has a White belly strip. A dominant black or black brown of the Charcoal series. This is called a weakly dominant mutation because in the heterozygous state it appears like a dark standard with extra darkening over the hock and a blueness or discolouration in the belly. In the homozygous state, it is very dark over almost all of its body with a blue-grey or brown-grey belly, sometimes being quite dark. The Tasco Black does not have just the typical two dominant genes but has numerous dominant genes. These are accumulative and, therefore, by breeding more and more genes of the same type, they can be accumulated and darkening of the offspring increases. Also of the black-brown or Charcoal series but different from the Tasco. In the heterozygous state it has standard fur with a definite bluish belly. In the homozygous state, it is quite dark but has a curly twist to the fur. This animal has a very dark, blue-black appearance of the grotzen strip of fur in the back in the heterozygous state but has a blue-grey and blue-brown discoloration of the belly. This passes as a standard if it has only a minimum belly discoloration. Lester of Oklahoma in Jet black with a black or black-grey belly and a lighter underfur. They have a waviness of the fur. In the carrier state, the animal looks almost entirely like a Standard. Lu, a pink white male who was fostered here and is now at his forever home with Dawn of Sunnyvale, CA. Snap, a homo pink white homozygous for beige owned by Ridge Chinchillas, bred by Vin Somavia. Note the lighter eye color due to having two beige genes. A homo pink white owned by Kathy of Canada. The pink white is a combination of the white gene and one hetero or two homo beige genes. The white is normally most influential in the chinchilla's coat color although most pink whites have some indication of beige as seen in their pink ears and sometimes beige markings. Eyes are normally dark but can be ruby-colored in a chin with heavy beige influence, especially homo pink whites a pink white with two beige genes, short for homozygous. A pink white cannot be homozygous for the white gene due to the lethal factor of white in the homozygous form. Note the heavy veiling along his sides. This picture was taken indoors in low light conditions. Gerard, a brown velvet owned by Sandi of Illinois. See the darker colored face compared to a beige chin and his white belly. This picture was taken with the illumination of natural sunlight..

Here in the US, the terms charcoal and ebony are sometimes used interchangably because our Homo ebony chinchilla animals may contain charcoal genes but our ebonies have glossy fur characteristics unlike the matte pure charcoals. A homo ebcourtesy of Sarah of Ralston Chinchilla Ranch. Although the term "homo ebony" is often used to describe this mutation, like the lighter ebonies, Homo ebony chinchilla is not technically correct as this mutation is not comprised of just one gene in a homozygous form.

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It is more accurate to call these extra dark ebonies. These dark animals should be bright and clear and care must be taken not to breed any ebony animal with a red cast. Homo ebony chinchilla, violet male owned by Alecia. Priest, owned Homo ebony chinchilla Jennifer of Sooner Chinchillasbred by the Ryersons.

Chinchilla Colors - Single Mutations. The standard gray is the wild coat type for the chinchilla and the most common color of chinchilla.

Africa, developed in Sullivan, CA. The violet mutation is recessive meaning a chin must be homozygous have two violet genes in Homo ebony chinchilla to exhibit the violet color phenotypically.

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Homo ebony chinchilla violet is a light violet-gray color and has a white belly. Although huge strides have been made in getting size and belly clearness into the violet animal, there is still much work to be done with improving this mutation. Homo ebony chinchilla commend those who have been putting the effort into the violets thus far!

Kryst'al, courtesy of Sooner Chinchillas, bred by Jan Ryerson.

Homo ebony chinchilla Ebony mutation, it is thought is a combination of differing strains of genes which are aimed at producing the 'every-hair-shiny-black' chinchilla sometimes known as Homo Ebony, but better referred to as 'Extra-Dark' Ebony. In Homo ebony chinchilla drive for a 'every-hair-shiny-black' chinchilla, differing Mutations which were thought would improve the wrap effect of the belly fur and the intensity of colour were used to selectively breed for the desired target of 'every-hair-shiny-black'.

T56, Sapphire baby bred by Jennifer of Sooner Chinchillas. Larsen Sapphire, - discovered and developed on Merle Larson's ranch in Indiana. At first glance, sapphires may appear similar to a light standard but they have a blue hue to their fur and pink ears.

The sapphire mutation is recessive which means the chin must have two sapphire genes homozygous in order to be Homo ebony chinchilla in appearance.

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The sapphires tend to be weaker animals and careful breeding must be done when working with this mutation in order to further improvement- a strong standard line to breed them to is a MUST! Uncommon Single Mutation Colors: The recessive white originated in Enderby, BC.

Kits are born a champagne color, lightening as Homo ebony chinchilla grow and then darkening again with maturity.

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Adults are a creamy Homo ebony chinchilla with champagne-hued veiling. Pink white is a cross between a white and beige chinchilla. The coloring is Homo ebony chinchilla white with some creamy beige patterns and a pink nose and light ears.

This pink white chinchilla read article be both homozygous or hetero pink white. Usually a homozygous has bright pink eyes and is often mistaken for albino.

Extra Dark Ebony: Also known as a homo ebony, this ebony chin has all black hairs with no light hairs whatsoever. Its fur shaft should be a solid color to the skin and have a shiny appearance. The color can range from very light gray with black tips to very dark black.

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{INSERTKEYS} The standard grey chinchilla is the natural color of the chinchilla. The belly of a standard chinchilla should be crisp and bright white. The chinchilla will have a darker beige coat with a white belly, dark pink or brown eyes, and Homo ebony chinchilla ears and nose, and often will have freckles on its ears.

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Wives sextapes Watch Hot nude amateur dildo Video Ben Xxxxxx. The pink white is a combination of the white gene and one hetero or two homo beige genes. The white is normally most influential in the chinchilla's coat color although most pink whites have some indication of beige as seen in their pink ears and sometimes beige markings. Eyes are normally dark but can be ruby-colored in a chin with heavy beige influence, especially homo pink whites a pink white with two beige genes, short for homozygous. A pink white cannot be homozygous for the white gene due to the lethal factor of white in the homozygous form. Note the heavy veiling along his sides. This picture was taken indoors in low light conditions. Gerard, a brown velvet owned by Sandi of Illinois. See the darker colored face compared to a beige chin and his white belly. This picture was taken with the illumination of natural sunlight. Brown velvets should also have a crisp white belly. Brown velvets also generally have some shade of ruby-colored eyes due to the influence of the beige gene. Also, just as some lines of beiges can have freckles on the ears, so, too, can brown velvets. Multiple Mutation Colors The following colors seen in these chinchillas are caused by a combination of mutations as opposed to a single mutation. The Tan chinchilla is a shiny-brown colouration all over the animal, including it's belly fur. Colour phase or intensity is dependant on number of Ebony genes present, but the evenness of veiling is paramount over intensity of colour. Exhibited in the 'Self-Brown' class with Pastels and Dark Pastels, which cannot be phenotypically distinguished from each other. Would resemble a Wilson White, except the guard hair and fur would be black, not Standard grey, and the veiling may also include the belly fur. A few examples started to be bred but generally poor fur quality. Unless the veiling spreads into the belly fur, they would be judged in the Wilson White or Black-White classes. This combination puts Black Velvet with the Black Ebony. When the Ebony is in the Extra-dark colour phase, the presence of Black Velvet is not easy to see. These chinchillas would be exhibited in the 'Self-Black' class with the Char-Blacks, since they cannot be easily distinguished phenotypically. Solid Violet, or Violet Wrap. A Solid Violet would be a chinchilla which resembled a Violet, but was this colouration all over it's body; an influence from the Ebony genes. These mutations have not appeared on UK show tables but it is expect that they will have poor fur qualities, due to the double combination of recessive genes, and the weak nature of the Ebony and Violet mutations. Solid Sapphire. Solid Sapphire, or Sapphire wrap. A Solid Sapphire would be a chinchilla which resembled a Sapphire or Royal Blue, but was this colouration all over it's body; an influence from the Ebony genes. These mutations have not appeared on UK show tables but it is expected that they will have poor fur qualities, due to the double combination of recessive genes, and the weak nature of the Ebony and Sapphire mutations. Charcoal gives a matt-grey colouration all over a chinchillas body and belly fur. Ebony gives a shiny-black colouration all over a chinchiillas fur, including the belly fur. I can see no benefit to combining these Mutations. Extra Dark 4. Dark 3. Medium Dark 2. Medium 1. The black velvet is a dominant mutation that phenotypically shows itself as an animal with a dark mask on the face and a "cape" over the back. Most of the body is black in color and recedes down the sides to a crisp white belly. The typical texture of a black is also a bit more plush than the other mutations. The black velvet chinchilla is also a very important mutation to the fur industry as it has such a striking contrast from the back to belly color and a pleasing fur texture. A high quality black velvet will have no reddish hues in the fur as always, we aim for a blue hue , will have a bright white belly and any graying or dark tipping on the chest between the legs should be avoided. Thumper, a hetero ebony courtesy of Alecia. Note the belly color resulting from the ebony genes. Somavia, W. Paul and T. The ebony is a unique mutation that is not completely understood. There are a number of ebony and charcoal genes that make up the coloration and the more of these genes a chin has, the darker it appears. It is more appropriate to use the color phase of the chin light, medium, dark to describe it. The ebony mutation causes a "wrap-around" effect on a chin, causing the body color to wrap around the belly. This mutation is sometimes termed "charcoal" but this is incorrectly used in the US as only a few breeders in the UK have focused on preserving the true charcoals, a separate mutation from our ebonies of today. Here in the US, the terms charcoal and ebony are sometimes used interchangably because our ebony animals may contain charcoal genes but our ebonies have glossy fur characteristics unlike the matte pure charcoals. A homo eb , courtesy of Sarah of Ralston Chinchilla Ranch. Although the term "homo ebony" is often used to describe this mutation, like the lighter ebonies, this is not technically correct as this mutation is not comprised of just one gene in a homozygous form. It is more accurate to call these extra dark ebonies. These dark animals should be bright and clear and care must be taken not to breed any ebony animal with a red cast. Iceman, violet male owned by Alecia. Priest, owned by Jennifer of Sooner Chinchillas , bred by the Ryersons. Africa, developed in Sullivan, CA. The violet mutation is recessive meaning a chin must be homozygous have two violet genes in order to exhibit the violet color phenotypically. Also known as a homo ebony, this ebony chin has all black hairs with no light hairs whatsoever. Its fur shaft should be a solid color to the skin and have a shiny appearance. The color can range from very light gray with black tips to very dark black. The color should appear to be a dark blue black and lack any red cast to the fur. A tan chinchilla has an ebony and a beige parent. Violet is a recessive gene. Therefore the chin must have two violet parents or violet carrier parents. Violets have grey fur with a blue hue and should have a crisp white belly..

A homozygous beige chinchilla has two beige genes. The coat will be a light Homo ebony chinchilla to a champagne color with a white belly and the chinchilla will have bright red or pink eyes. Its fur will have a velvety appearance.

Xxxcom Dish Watch Real amateur sex stories about sister in-law Video Freevporn sites. Gerard, a brown velvet owned by Sandi of Illinois. See the darker colored face compared to a beige chin and his white belly. This picture was taken with the illumination of natural sunlight. Brown velvets should also have a crisp white belly. Brown velvets also generally have some shade of ruby-colored eyes due to the influence of the beige gene. Also, just as some lines of beiges can have freckles on the ears, so, too, can brown velvets. Multiple Mutation Colors The following colors seen in these chinchillas are caused by a combination of mutations as opposed to a single mutation. The chin often exhibits some characteristics of both mutations. These colors are also sometimes characterized as hybrid colors. Lu, a pink white male who was. Beige viole t Pearl - violet x Beige. In Progress Return to Single Mutation Colors. Ebony Punnet Square. Light Ebonies may have one Ebony gene that gives very poor veiling coverage and intensity, so on it's own, passes as a Standard. This does get a little complicated, but this is a symptom of this complex mutation. Couple this with the possibility of more than four genes at work, and also with the Probability that some Ebonies with two genes may look more dark and better covered than some Ebonies with more, and you have a huge melting pot! The practical applications of this are simple. In order to get quality into your animals, you must firstly use a wasteful mating, such as Extra-Dark Ebony to Standard. Select the Extra-Darks and Dark Ebonies from this mating 2 in 5 babies might be this way and cross them together Discard the 3 in 5 babies which are not dark enough. This is an example of how wasteful a breeding program for this mutation is Recessives such as Sapphire, Violet and Charcoal are also wasteful, but not quite as much! You should also, of course be selecting for all other attributes which make for a beautiful chinchilla, namely large size, blocky conformation, fur type silky-strong-stand-up-fur , even fur length, extra-heavy fur density, fur clarity, blueness, even veiling coverage, etc, etc When exhibiting Ebonies at NCS UK shows, judges are expecting to see Extra-Dark Ebonies which are intensely blue-black over their entire body, including their belly fur. Ebonies which are not of the required intensity of colour or coverage will be held back from gaining a first ribbon. It is important to breed the Medium and Dark Ebonies, since these are the breeding tools for the improvement of the Ebony Mutation bred from Extra-Darks to Top Standards , and these will gain appraisal and awards if sufficiently good at NCS shows, just not the top ribbons. Ebonies are judged in NCS shows in the 'Self-Black' class, which is for all chinchillas which should be black throughout, including their belly fur. Known as in UK. Known as in US. Description of the Combination. Seen on UK Show tables? The Tan chinchilla is a shiny-brown colouration all over the animal, including it's belly fur. Colour phase or intensity is dependant on number of Ebony genes present, but the evenness of veiling is paramount over intensity of colour. Exhibited in the 'Self-Brown' class with Pastels and Dark Pastels, which cannot be phenotypically distinguished from each other. Would resemble a Wilson White, except the guard hair and fur would be black, not Standard grey, and the veiling may also include the belly fur. A few examples started to be bred but generally poor fur quality. The ebony is a unique mutation that is not completely understood. There are a number of ebony and charcoal genes that make up the coloration and the more of these genes a chin has, the darker it appears. It is more appropriate to use the color phase of the chin light, medium, dark to describe it. The ebony mutation causes a "wrap-around" effect on a chin, causing the body color to wrap around the belly. This mutation is sometimes termed "charcoal" but this is incorrectly used in the US as only a few breeders in the UK have focused on preserving the true charcoals, a separate mutation from our ebonies of today. Here in the US, the terms charcoal and ebony are sometimes used interchangably because our ebony animals may contain charcoal genes but our ebonies have glossy fur characteristics unlike the matte pure charcoals. A homo eb , courtesy of Sarah of Ralston Chinchilla Ranch. Although the term "homo ebony" is often used to describe this mutation, like the lighter ebonies, this is not technically correct as this mutation is not comprised of just one gene in a homozygous form. It is more accurate to call these extra dark ebonies. These dark animals should be bright and clear and care must be taken not to breed any ebony animal with a red cast. Iceman, violet male owned by Alecia. Priest, owned by Jennifer of Sooner Chinchillas , bred by the Ryersons. Africa, developed in Sullivan, CA. The violet mutation is recessive meaning a chin must be homozygous have two violet genes in order to exhibit the violet color phenotypically. The violet is a light violet-gray color and has a white belly. Although huge strides have been made in getting size and belly clearness into the violet animal, there is still much work to be done with improving this mutation. I commend those who have been putting the effort into the violets thus far! Kryst'al, courtesy of Sooner Chinchillas, bred by Jan Ryerson. T56, Sapphire baby bred by Jennifer of Sooner Chinchillas. Larsen Sapphire, - discovered and developed on Merle Larson's ranch in Indiana. At first glance, sapphires may appear similar to a light standard but they have a blue hue to their fur and pink ears. The sapphire mutation is recessive which means the chin must have two sapphire genes homozygous in order to be sapphire in appearance. The sapphires tend to be weaker animals and careful breeding must be done when working with this mutation in order to further improvement- a strong standard line to breed them to is a MUST! Ridge Chinchillas Quality Mutation Chinchillas. The standard grey chinchilla is the natural color of the chinchilla. The belly of a standard chinchilla should be crisp and bright white. The chinchilla will have a darker beige coat with a white belly, dark pink or brown eyes, and pink ears and nose, and often will have freckles on its ears. A homozygous beige chinchilla has two beige genes. The coat will be a light beige to a champagne color with a white belly and the chinchilla will have bright red or pink eyes. Its fur will have a velvety appearance. Black Velvet is also referred to as Black or Gunning Black..

Black Velvet is also referred to as Black or Gunning Black. Leg bands on Brown Velvets are brown and the underside is white.

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Brown velvets can either be heterozygous or homozygous. The white gene is an incomplete gene and therefore must be in combination in another color.

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The patterns can range from a slight silver tipping to extreme and unique patterns. Pink white is a cross between a Homo ebony chinchilla and beige chinchilla. The coloring is predominantly white with some creamy beige patterns and a pink nose and light ears.

This pink white chinchilla can be both homozygous Homo ebony chinchilla hetero pink white. Usually a homozygous has bright pink eyes and is often mistaken for albino. Extra Dark Ebony: Also known as a homo ebony, this ebony chin has all black hairs with no light hairs whatsoever. Its fur Homo ebony chinchilla should be a solid color to the skin and have a shiny appearance.

The color can range from very light gray with black tips to very dark black. The color should appear to be a dark blue black and lack any red cast to the fur. A tan chinchilla has an ebony and a beige parent. Violet is a recessive gene.

Therefore the chin must have two violet parents or violet carrier parents.

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Violets have grey fur with a blue hue and should have a crisp white belly. Breeding violets to each other is not recommended since this color is recessive. It is always best to breed a violet Homo ebony chinchilla a violet carrier as not to loose click in breeding.

A solid violet or violet wrap where the fur is a grey uniform color even on the Homo ebony chinchilla.

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A beige violet chinchilla is a combination of a beige and violet gene. Homo ebony chinchilla chinchilla will have a light champagne color with a blue hue and a white belly.

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It's eyes are a purplish color. Dark ebony is a black chinchilla with dull colored fur.

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They have some grey marks on them around the sides. Extra Dark Ebony (homo ebony) are the darkest.

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The Homo beige is lighter in color, and have bright red eyes. The Hetero Tan White Chinchillas are the same as pink white chinchillas, but crossed with ebony. The Ebony mutation, it is thought is link combination of differing strains of genes the 'every-hair-shiny-black' chinchilla sometimes Homo ebony chinchilla as Homo Ebony, but.

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