- 0.1 CANARY BLACK JASPER SINGLE DILUTION
- 0.2 CANARY BRUNO JASPER SIMPLE DILUTION
- 0.3 CANARY AGATE JASPER SIMPLE DILUTION
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It is a remarkable dilution of the melanic structure, both black and brown. With what the drawing of melanin strokes, are reduced to thin veins of dark melanins called jaspered, of a metallic color, which is maintained along the rachis and on the edge of the feathers of the whole back or mantle, the dilution takes place from the rachis of the pen towards the contour of it in all its directions, offering a nice contrast. The rachis of the coverts is therefore dark, unlike that of the T-shirts and rudders that by the dilution is clear. The subfeatherises are the color of the variety, just like in the classic canaries. It is inheritable and transmissible so we must consider the new character as a mutation.
CANARY BLACK JASPER SINGLE DILUTION
The black-type phenotype is characterized by the appearance of a diluted sample relative to its classic predecessor, with small venous marks on the head, neck, and back. There remains a dark mantle composed of eumelanin and a slight presence of pheomelanin.
CANARY BRUNO JASPER SIMPLE DILUTION
The mutation exerts an eumelanic reduction action on the classical canary or sea bass, in this case Bruno, resulting in a reduction of the melanic pattern to fine veins of dark melang melanins similar to the pearl gray gemstone that extends throughout the entire back of the cloak.
CANARY AGATE JASPER SIMPLE DILUTION
The strong dilution that the mutation exerts on agate, leaves us with a specimen similar to the classic one, with a perfectly striated design, but more diluted.