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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by iajewel, Oct 23, 2011.
Quote:The link didn't post? what page and what number on that page? Or is it in this post?
If its the bibbed black that shows the 5 month progression on? That is a bibbed black, that was born dusky, with the white headed gene. This(the white head) is dominate, so if you breed him, it will come though.
Quote:yep thats him. thanks.
Do you need any pictures of true pied wild type?
by true wild pied do you mean your bird is of ferrel decent? or wild type/black? I would say wild type. I do have those, but more photos means better photos so thank you.
Iajewel, what would this fellow be called in colors?
I saved that pic to my files and tagged it as gypsy faced black. Remember that when a black has new feathers they are black, as they get closer and closer to molt those feathers dye off and turn brown, and finely really brown and fall out. Sun also fades colors, so this black, just not a fresh molt kept in a show pen.
Quote:Thank you! this is so interesting.
Chocolate Pied duckling
Blue Pied duckling
Here they are grown
Lilac Pied duck
Sorry if you already have pictures of any of these colors and/or ages
This IS a wild type black. It will have the gypsy markings and all.
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The wings have been clipped so the white pen feather is missing.