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This is what I am planning to do, and I am asking for your help. I am going to put up on my website a color genetics chart with the Spanish names and the correct genetic factors involved. I will also show pictures when I can get them. This will not only help the English speaking people, who have trouble with Spanish names, it will also help Spanish speaking people better understand the genetic make-up of their birds.

I would like to solicit help especially from Enrique and Graeme. emoticon

The first color I would like to start out with is Rosado. What is the color Rosado? If you have any pictures or links to pictures it would be a lot of help!


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Re: Spanish Color Chart Project


Rosado in Jiennenses looks fantastic!

 But when you get to Almendrado you can use this pic, or I can get a better one.
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A better pic would be nice. Please describe Almendrado. It looks like Recessive Red on a Blue base?

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Almendrado seems to be unimproved recessive red with a smokey base and lots of undergrizzle. I think it might have to be a barred bird. When crossed with t patterns it produces dark smokey reds with faint undergrizzle. But the improved rec. red seems to dominate. I think the word means almond. I will try this weekend to get a better pic. My wife has a new camera emoticon
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This is a Rosado (Red) its dominant over blue and found in all the same patterns as the blue.

http://palomeros.netfirms.com/picturepro2/nfpicturepro/displayimage.php?album=lastup&cat=10001&pos=9http://palomeros.netfirms.com/picturepro2/nfpicturepro/displayimage.php?album=lastup&cat=10001&pos=9
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Another one.

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So it is basically Ash red? Would a red checker be a "Prieto Rosado"? Are some of those ones with the indistinct bars possibly Faded Ash red? or simply spread pattern? Sorry, I don't mean to confuse matters, its just that some of them look like normal ash red, but others look modified. When I say Faded ash red, I mean are they the Ash red equivalent of this:
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Graeme, that's the kind of questions we need. I'd like to break it down and nail it down.

What are all the variations of Rosado?

Does anyone know of a good website with a lot different Rosado photos? Here's the only one I could find. It shows Rosado Gaditanos

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The rosado Jiennense Graeme showed is a perfect example of Rosado. And he is correct it is Ash Red. Sometimes you will get birds with black flecking in them. That is how I developed my Disciplinado Jiennese. We will talk about that later.
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