EE CoCo DbDb PgPg Mlml+ Cha+Cha+ mh+mh+ di+di+ Ig+Ig+ cb+cb+ i+i+ bl+bl+ lavlav C+C+ Mo+Mo+ b+- s+- Choc+- Gender = Female, Ratio = 2/2048 = 0.09765625%, minimum of animals to breed: 1024 lavender unicolor laced EE CoCo DbDb PgPg Mlml+ Cha+Cha+ mh+mh+ di+di+ Ig+Ig+ cb+cb+ i+i+ bl+bl+ lavlav C+C+ Mo+Mo+ b+b+ s+s+ Choc+Choc+ Gender = Male, Ratio = 2/2048 = 0.09765625%, minimum of animals to breed: 1024 lavender unicolor laced When using the chicken calculator for an Isabel Laced breeding project, I sometimes come up with these (usually with higher likelihoods, but I did this quickly to ask about them). The come in all forms, where the string of genes is slightly different. Would there be any visible difference between a lavender unicolor and a lavender unicolor laced? Is it a fluke in the system at all? Or would they be genetically that, with no physical appearance of lacing, but are carrying the lacing genes fully? It seems like there would be no visible markings logically, and the picture certainly doesn't show any, but I thought I would ask anyway since there are sure to be people that know for sure. Thanks.