Yea, I also agree. if they aren't pe/pe they aren't pearls, but the genetic don't take a way their beauty. I will use the name silver blue for them to be honest and don't confuse people.
This is an honest and helpful way. Confusions have a good tradition in the mouse fancy, just think about "dove" in the US and Europe, but it makes sense to avoid further confusions.
Thank you, Lottiz, I start to appreciate your knowledge and input more and more ...
What about the doves? Please, tell me
, I have never hear about it i think.... :roll:
Jack Garcia said:
Yea, I also agree. if they aren't pe/pe they aren't pearls,
I did not say that.
pe/pe is one type of pearl. a/a B/b si/si is the pearl of the show bench in the US and UK.
About the fenotype and genotype there is a very confused using of the fenotype Cream in sweden.... Some (I'm one of them) want to say Bone about aa cece, but in GB this is cream... In finland cream is a A
/* cchcch variety. And I think the true cream is the a mouse with a beautiful pale bled of yellow. I know of the problems connected with A
and thats why I once asked about cream made out of recessive red.
This kind of confusing makes it hard to discuss colors in different countries (forums of example). If I'm asking for creams from GB and Finland I'm getting two different genotypes. If I ask for peals i got silver blue... :| Silvered
blue is even more exact, thank you moustress
, because Silver is something else aaddpp
...and this is not
black eyed silver, it's silvered blue.
Maybe this is a hot potato, I don't know, but I really think it's better to talk about genotypes, and don't mix up the fenotypes with different genotypes the way it does to day...
And I'm sorry my english is so bad... we can have a much deeper genetic discussion in swedish if you want