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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    Well heck April...good eye girl! I just went and looked and dang it but you got something there it does have an oddly marked face but it's more obvious in the photo...how wierd is that. You know I get these wierd albinos every once in awhile. I just never knew they were anything but a bit of light color mismarked on the albino and just fed em off like usual. Guess I should have a good look through the feeders and maybe pull that one out to see how they look at maturity....thanks April!

    Just quickly looked through her sisters in the female feeder tub and none have that marking but her. Funny I grabbed the only one and used it as an example of the wrong color! ACK....thanks for the correction April and if you could be so kind as to edit my original remarks to add that she's not an albino but a seal point siamese I'd appreciate it hon.

    Btw since she's unique in my colony she's now moved to the "growing up to be the new mommies tank" and her name is Smudge (and she thanks you April since Tuesday is feeding night around here and she's now exempt LOL)

    Can't wait to see some of your neat colors/markings/coat ones April.
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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    ha ha, well then i don't have an albino either, but also a seal point siamese i just didn't know that's what she was. when i saw the photo that you had posted as an albino i figured that some albinos just had that nose marking and whatnot and assumed that's what i had too. thanks for the heads up on that april! rat are so much fun!
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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    Okay April and Emily and Bill and Bryan and the other Bryan...where's your pics....all in the name of educating the members (okay so we are rat freaks around here too!)
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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    Oooh April, when you get a chance, post pictures of the rat breeds we haven't seen...the "blue" sounds interesting. =)
    0.1 ball python (Cleo), 0.1 surinam bcc (Carmen)
    1.0 sunglow motley corn (Jenson), 1.0 albino burmese (Lourdes)
    1.0 cat (Nicky), some mooses and ratters, 1.0 hubby (Rick)

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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    i don't actually have any photos of my rats, nor do i know the technical names for all of them! my markings/coloration names knowledge is pretty limited. maybe i will take some pics and let the rest of you smart people fill in the names. i did get a lot of interestingly marked and colored babies from my (not albino ) seal point siamese that i bred with a black and white male. it is sooo interesting to see what you get with each breeding. and my husband was just scolding me for wanting a blue rat--saying how these aren't pets, blah, blah. he totally doesn't get it.
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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    All of our Siamese babies look really interesting, but then they grow up and all the color slides to the ends
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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    I'll add in a few more ...


    Another husky


    Masked



    Another masked



    This is cow ... she is a gray/blue not sure what pattern is called



    Cinnamon hooded dumbo



    Cinnamon blaze ... also littermates from cinnamon line crossed with my large black berk.



    Cinnamons ... sometimes referred to as agouti or wild color



    black capped ... she used to have a blue stripe down her back



    another black capped ... this is big guy he is around 700 grams (6 months old)



    my big black berk male around 550 grams (1 year old)



    Big gray self male around 600 grams(9 months old)



    And an odd eye ... one eye ruby the other black

    Other side of her head


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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    I have a ruby black eyed as well, not sure how that works
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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    Yeah the baby siamese can be super cute.. when they have the patterning visible and it fades from the head to the butt. Too bad they don't stay like that.

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    Re: Rats - Colors and Coat Markings

    I just had to say; awesome rats!
    -Jen. Back in the hobby after a hiatus!
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    0.1 normal; 1.1 albino. 1.0 pied; 0.1 het pied; 1.0 banana.

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