The same old "what colors can this pair throw"

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I know that you guys probably are bored of this question but I am new so, what colors can this pair make.
the white one is Petal my female how has gray-blue eyes and the other one is my male Mus (old man) how has brown eyes
 

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the rabbit were born five ago and today I took pictures so I thought I should share them. There is four of them unfortunately I think I took two pictures of the same rabbit but I don’t really think that matters. As you can see they all look magpie. Could they turn orange?
 

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This is them at 11 days old
 

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I see three magpies and 1 broken magpie (it can't be charlie if one parent is a solid)
Because that mother produced solids (magpies) she would actually be a broken magpie, not a charlie magpie. People sometimes call these rabbits that are genetically broken but appear charlie as "false charlies"
 

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I thought that solids were blue, black, brown and lilac not magpie. Is magpie the dilute version of harlequin.
"solids" are any rabbit that isn't broken. The term for a rabbit with one single color like black, blue, chocolate or lilac is "self"
To get oranges or black you'd probably have to bring in different colors. Black is dominant to harlequin. For oranges you'd need to bring in some non extension. It is possible for magpies and harlequins to carry non extension
 
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