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Masked

Page history last edited by PBworks 15 years, 7 months ago

Masked

 

Description

 

A Masked rat looks as one would expect from the name: a white rat with a colored mask over the eye area. The mask can be of any recognized color, since this is a marking and not a color.

 

Genetics

 

An overmarking of white on the H/Hooded locus. The next-step from Dalmation, the body should have no color anywhere except just across the eyes. As this is a high-white marking, it can be associated with Megacolon, and care should be taken to know the pedigree and health of any rat selected for breeding with these markings.

 

Standards

 

AFRMA

"Masked rats may be shown in any recognized color. The body is to be a pure, clean white, free from spots or brindling. A colored mask to cover the face, to include just around the eyes and above the nose, not to extend down the sides of the face onto the jowls or under the chin."

 

RSA

"The body is to be a pure, clean white, free from spots or brindling. A colored mask to cover the face, to include just around the eyes and above the nose, not to extend down the sides of the face onto the muzzle or under the chin. The color shall conform to a recognized color."

 

RatsPacNW

"Mask covering face and eyes only, white body."

 

URS

"A colored mask of any standardized color is to cover the face of the rat across both eyes; the chin, throat, ears, muzzle, jowls and body and tail of the rat are to be completely white without spotting or colored hairs."

 

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