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 ==== Chinchilla: ​ Ermine ==== ==== Chinchilla: ​ Ermine ====
  
-**//NOT A RECOGNIZED ​COLOUR ​IN REX//**+**//NOT A RECOGNIZED ​COLOR IN REX//**
  
 This is the color you get when you combine the shaded gene (**c<​sup>​chd</​sup>​** or **c<​sup>​chl</​sup>​**) with non-extension (**ee**). The animal will //look// white but if you compare it against a true albino (rew) you will see that the eye has color (albinos have NO color so all you see is the pink from the blood vessels in the eye) and that there is a slight ticking on the coat. The color of the eye and ticking will provide a clue as to whether or not it is black, blue, chocolate, or lilac, although it is difficult to distinguish black from chocolate and blue from lilac as so much of the color is removed by the shading gene. This is the color you get when you combine the shaded gene (**c<​sup>​chd</​sup>​** or **c<​sup>​chl</​sup>​**) with non-extension (**ee**). The animal will //look// white but if you compare it against a true albino (rew) you will see that the eye has color (albinos have NO color so all you see is the pink from the blood vessels in the eye) and that there is a slight ticking on the coat. The color of the eye and ticking will provide a clue as to whether or not it is black, blue, chocolate, or lilac, although it is difficult to distinguish black from chocolate and blue from lilac as so much of the color is removed by the shading gene.
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 ==== Self Chinchilla: Sallander ==== ==== Self Chinchilla: Sallander ====
  
-**//NOT A RECOGNIZED ​COLOUR ​IN REX//**+**//NOT A RECOGNIZED ​COLOR IN REX//**
  
 This is the color you get when you combine the dark chinchilla gene (**c<​sup>​chd</​sup>​**) with a tort (**aa ee**). You get the same kind of patterns as you would with a tort, but of course the **c<​sup>​chd</​sup>​** chinchilla gets rid of most of the yellow (red). This is the color you get when you combine the dark chinchilla gene (**c<​sup>​chd</​sup>​**) with a tort (**aa ee**). You get the same kind of patterns as you would with a tort, but of course the **c<​sup>​chd</​sup>​** chinchilla gets rid of most of the yellow (red).
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