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Which trait is dominant and which is not?

- Dominant: Veil Tail,red color, green,butterfly Recessive: cambodia,blond, melano, yellow, steel, marbled bodies, doubletail, combtail(?), Co-dominant: opaque (op/op=opaque, op/+= less opaque, +/+=no opaque);blue (bl/+=blue,bl/bl=steel, +/+=green) Alright? - Oct 30, 2001
- The CrownTail (CT) trait is dominant. A pair of CT will get 90% of CT, but if you used selected breeding, you could get 100% of CT offspring. - Oct 26, 2000

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