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The three pied merle girlies have little k-factors and therefore show little white, a typical sign for little k-factors are the headspots.
In Merle this is wanted (at least by me ;-), since Merle Piebalds with many k-factors are too light very often.
The darkest girl is the best, they should have equal amounts of black & grey & white.

The type of recessive Merle Piebalds needs a lot of improvement, but this is what makes breeding exiting for me.


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They're gorgeous! I like your little sig bloc slideshow. Ooh, they're clickable! Neato.
 

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wow i love this colors.... :) :love :love :love :love :love :love

The black one is so so nice...I would have I would have I would have I would have lg Tipex... :gwavebw
 

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Oh my! So beautiful!! Congratulations, your mice have gone on my 'most beautiful mice' list! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 

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A Black Tan Merle and a Choco Tan Merle Satin buck. Notice the influence of Merle on the distribution of Tan at the belly.
Piebald has to be added and the type has to be improved, but sooner or later I will share these mice EXPLOSIVELY in Europe.




Best regards, Roland
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I love the merle tans too! That's a merle pattern I could see myself breeding. :)

You should share these mice explosively in the US as well. ;)
 
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