I bought 6 "chocolate pied" muscovy ducklings off craig's list. Both parents are chocolate pied, but all the ducklings are black & black bibed. I bought another pair 1 blue bibed male and 1 chocolate bibed female, from another source. To avoid inbreeding I plan to breed the blue male to the black females and a black male to the chocolate female. My question is; Is black dominate? Will I get all black babies from these pairings? Or will I get a variety of colors? I'm new to muscovies and know nothing of their color genetics. Also can I get any pieds from these?