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So here is a doe that I thought might be a fawn but I guess their not readily available in the US yet so any guesses on her color? My next guess would be RY but it was also brought to my attention that she could be an unmarked brindle in which case I won't know till I get a litter out of her.


 

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An unmarked brindled mouse is properly called fawn. My line of A^vy fawn and red are based on it, and the brindling just doesn't show up anymore after having been bred out. It took years, however, and I wouldn't be surprised to see it show up at some point, especially at some point where I do an outcross. If your little lady doesn't get fat she's probably recessive yellow.
 

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Looks Recessive yellow, but also could be a unmarked brindle.
I cant find much info on other names for unmarked birndles besides unmarked brindle,lol
 

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Unmarked isn't really right either, it should be called unbrindled brindled, as markings are the white parts, and this mousie doesn't have those either. *shrug*
 
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