As far as I am aware, a Java is a Java. However not all Javas will meet the Standard of Perfection description set forth by the APA. Blacks and Mottleds are the only ones recognized by the APA. So I would say that whatever is the dominant feather color is what you'd call them, knowing that they may not meet the SOP for their feather color with those Auburn genes and that Whites and Auburns aren't officially recognized anyway. I'd like to see what the Blue Javas look like that were hatched recently.
Thank you bnjrob. I was hoping I could build my Auburns up using the blacks and still call them auburns. Appreciate the info!
Another question for anyone. Does the java have a slow growth rate? Mine seem to be growing very slowly. Maybe it's just me.