Post Your Chocolates, Dun ,Khaki , Platinum Bird Pics

Sicilianu

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Feb 15, 2020
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Hello everyone. I’m starting to get into chicken genetics and am particularly interested in the choc and I^dun dilution genes.
I was seeing pictures of Icelandic fowl online and am wondering how some of them they fit into this. Could you all please discuss it this might be chocolate or dun?
The first two stand out the most. The others could be blue?
a few pics from the web:
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Hello everyone. I’m starting to get into chicken genetics and am particularly interested in the choc and I^dun dilution genes.
I was seeing pictures of Icelandic fowl online and am wondering how some of them they fit into this. Could you all please discuss it this might be chocolate or dun?
The first two stand out the most. The others could be blue?
a few pics from the web:
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The first is a gold/silver split with a lot of red. You can see from his tail that he’s black, not chocolate or dun. The second picture is too blurry for me to tell, but the rest are blue.
 

Sicilianu

Chirping
Feb 15, 2020
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The first is a gold/silver split with a lot of red. You can see from his tail that he’s black, not chocolate or dun. The second picture is too blurry for me to tell, but the rest are blue.
Thanks for your reply! I have been doing a lot of research on this topic and looking back at my post I don't know how I ever thought these were dun or chocolate now.. lol
 

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