Register

Rabbit Genotypes list

A place to ask about rabbit colours and to discuss rabbit genetics -- and how to breed for the desired results.
Site Supporter
4 years of membership4 years of membership4 years of membership4 years of membership
User avatar
Posts: 6209
Joined: November 16, 2012
Location: Ontario
Thanks: 123
Thanked: 1654 in 1388 posts
BunnyBucks: 31,377.00

Re: Rabbit Genotypes list

Post Number:#31  Unread postby Dood » Fri Aug 15, 2014 9:25 pm


Alright, as far as I know the Vienna gene, which creates blue eyes, is not in angoras so I would say you have a black kit with grey eyes who may be chinchilla :)

If your keeping him then breeding him to a red eyed white or himilayan would solve the puzzle

5 years of membership5 years of membership5 years of membership5 years of membership5 years of membership
User avatar
Posts: 9468
Joined: January 1, 2012
Location: Ohio
United States of America Female
Thanks: 645
Thanked: 701 in 652 posts
BunnyBucks: 48,778.00

Re: Rabbit Genotypes list

Post Number:#32  Unread postby skysthelimit » Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:52 pm


Dood wrote:Alright, as far as I know the Vienna gene, which creates blue eyes, is not in angoras so I would say you have a black kit with grey eyes who may be chinchilla :)

If your keeping him then breeding him to a red eyed white or himilayan would solve the puzzle



BEW is an accepted Angora color.
German Shepherds*Rush Hour Rabbitry*Rex *Jersey Wooly*French Angora
http://www.foursquaremicrofarm.us
Image

1 year of membership
User avatar
Posts: 313
Joined: September 20, 2015
Location: South Africa
South Africa
Thanks: 84
Thanked: 49 in 44 posts
BunnyBucks: 1,911.00

Re: Rabbit Genotypes list

Post Number:#33  Unread postby LittleFluffyBunnies » Wed Mar 02, 2016 4:43 am


wow this is so helpful! Thanks Dood!
Breeding pet Dwarf and Dwarf Angora rabbits. A rabbit fanatic!
LittleFluffyBunnies Rabbitry-Breeding Quality Dwarf Rabbits in South Africa
http://www.littlefluffybunnies.weebly.com
https://www.instagram.com/littlefluffybunnies/

Posts: 5
Joined: November 1, 2016
United States of America Female
Thanks: 4
Thanked: 0 in 0 post
BunnyBucks: 35.00

Re: Rabbit Genotypes list

Post Number:#34  Unread postby LostBrundageRabbitry » Thu Dec 01, 2016 1:03 am


Dood wrote:
P-Locus
P _ = wild type
pp = pink eyed. Very newly discovered mutation and I don't know of anyone working with it in North America. Mutation that modifies the concentrations of the two pigments in fur and eyes. Same mutation seen in Mice, Rats, Gerbils, Guinea Pigs and Hamsters.



I just found someone in the U.S. working with the p locus! The p locus is also known as the Lutino gene, and there is a judge in California who is working on getting it recognized by the ARBA for the Netherland Dwarf breed. He will hopefully apply for a Certificate of Development soon. :D
Lost Brundage Rabbitry and Farm
-Rabbits (Californians, Rex, Britannia Petite)
-Ducks (White Pekin, Call, Mallard)
-Chickens (Black Australorp, Bantam Cochin)

Previous

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest