As discussed in many other threads there are many names for colors and some colors are more common then other, so lets make a one stop location for quick color ID, Any help would be great, be civil with each other, and credit will be given to all posters. As we update it i will collect them to the first post to make it simple Wild/Pharaoh/Brown male(top) Female (bottom) Classic wild pattern in shades of brown and beige, able to be visually sexed, males have redish/salmon colored breasts, females have pale breast with spots. Wild/Pharaoh/Brown Tuxedo Classic wild pattern with typical tuxedo pied pattern (depending on how god the tux is, it makes visibly sexing difficult or impossible) Golden Speckled Italian Male(Top) Female (bottom) Classic Wild Pattern In gold and redish tones. Can be feather sexed. Males have brown face markings and clear breasts, backs are heavily spotted with red and white. Females have black face markings, spotted breast and heavily spotted with black. Golden Speckled Italian Tuxedo Plumage the same as regular Golden Speckled Italians with a classic Tuxedo pied pattern. Golden Manchurian Male(left) Female (Right) This golden variety is much harder to feather sex. Males tend to be overall a deeper reddish buff overall and have brown face markings, They lack any spots, but may have under feather color and a bit of dark in flights. Females LACK breast spotting, and can be completely void of back spots, or have very few, facial markings are black. Autumn Amber AA pictured right compared to Italian speckled(left) both hens Diluted version of the Italian speckled with the majority of the black being replaced by amber red. Photo Courtesy of Stellar Gamebirds Black Barred Italian Golden base with very strong black barring. Photo courtesy of James Marie. Australian Redhead These fawned Goldens have males with solid Chestnut Red Faces. Photo Courtesy of Stellar Gamebirds Rosettas Cannot be feather sexed. Both sexes have chestnut reddish brown bodies with black and brown barring/splashing throughout. Rosetta Tuxedo Cannot be feather sexed feathers are splashed and striped with chestnut reddish brown, black and beige with a typical tuxedo pied pattern Tibetan Darker and clearer then rosettas. Dark brown with hints of red. Cannot be feather sexed. Tibetan Tuxedo Cannot be feather sexed. Darker then rosettas, various shades of dark brown with hints of reddish brown with a classic tuxedo pied pattern. Barred Barred(top) Barred(left) vs Typical Rosetta(right) Barred are a Varriation of rosetta classified by strong grey barring over a tawny grey/brown/chestnut body. Cannot be feather sexed. American Pharaoh Male Female Slightly dimorphic, males have clearer faces, females are darker faced and have more black on breasts. Photo courtesy of James Marie Silver/Cream Cannot be feather sexed. Pale silver grey with cream under tones. Blue Cannot be feather sexed. Solid steel blue grey with beige markings throughout. Charcoal Cannot be feather sexed, Solid Tawny grey/brown. Red Range Chocolate Red overall body color with blue grey undertones. Photo courtesy of Stellar Gamebirds Scarlet Blueish grey overall body base with russet red outer edges. Photo courtesy of Stellar Gamebirds Roux Dillute Overall diluted version of the classic pharaoh pattern. Photo courtesy of Stellar Gamebirds Roux Tuxedo Classix roux coloring with a tuxedo pattern. Photo courtesy of James Marie. Texas A&M White Large meat class line of quail, not feather sexable. Photo courtesy of James Marie.