Just because there are only a few accepted by APA doesn't mean that they have to conform to those standards (unless showing in an APA show). There are also different strains that throw different characteristics (i.e. Hyderabads). Asil are recognized in BBR and dark varieties in the APA, but if you cross those two, you are not going to get one or the other, but the bird is still pure Asil, just not a recognized variety.
You are apparently a now it all about chickens so there is no point to express my opinion. I was not try to get corrected, just trying to express my opinion, and let everyone else do the same. But I guess everyone does not matter just you. All Hale Dustin Biery. Maybe you can teach everyone in the world everything about Asil chickens.
I have seen Dustins posts often and I believe that he is very knowledgable, and I completely agree with him. He was just expressing his reasons for his opinion, he did nothing wrong.
That's my point I did nothing wrong put try to express my opinion. If you or anyone agrees with him good for you. I don't assume to know everything about chickens. They are mysterious creatures like all creatures. He does not have to argue with people and just leave them to their own opinion. It sounds like you could do the same. Sorry you feel that I am wrong but you are entitled to that. Congrats. But different people think and learn differently which leads to new ideas and possibilities. Example: The world was looked at as being flat and the people who thought the world might be round were criticized.
With that said I will have no more comment on the matter. Say what you will but don't expect another response to such silly things.
And sorry to Coopaloop that all you wanted was to know what your chicken might be and you got this. It really is a pretty hen.