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Breeds of chickens: Cocincina Nana

Breeds of chickens: Cocincina Nana


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Origin, diffusion and economic characteristics

Dwarf breed originally from Beijing.
It was created at the beginning of the 19th century and imported and carefully selected by the British. In its aspect it recalls the Cocincina, with which it shares only the name.
Docile breed and well adaptable to various environments.
The eggs have colored shell.

Morphological characteristics

The original variety is that chamois; varieties with black coat, black with white flecks, gold neck, white, blue, sparrow hawk, etc. are also known.
Simple notched crest, red mumps and long, rounded wattles in the male.
Short collar with rich cape. Short and abundant tail. Short legs with flared thighs and tarsi.
Medium weight according to the English Standard:
- Roosters kg 0,8 - 1,0
- Hens 0.7 - 0.9 kg

Cock and chickens Cocincina Nana black flecked white (photo Simone Ceppolina)

Black Cocincina Nana breed cock (photo Simone Ceppolina)

Curled dwarf Cocincina rooster (photo www.backyardchickens.com)

Gallo dwarf Cocincina white (photo http://gff.cochinsrule.com)

Breed standard - FIAV

I - GENERALITIES

Origin
China; selected in England.
Egg
Minimum weight gr. 35; Shell color: cream
Ring
Rooster: 16
Hen: 15

II - TYPE AND ADDRESSES FOR THE SELECTION

Authentic dwarf chicken with a calm temperament, with rounded shapes, very low bearing, with abundant plumage: voluminous, full, soft and fluffy. Maintaining the typicality of the shape that makes it similar to a ball.

III - STANDARD

General appearance and characteristics of the breed
1- FORM
Trunk: short, wide, deep and rounded in all its parts.
Head: rather small, rounded.
Beak: short, strong, well arched.
Eyes: not too large, deep; from orange to brown red.
Crest: simple, small, four to five teeth, fine texture, red. Also straight in the hen.
Bargigli: well rounded, medium size, fine texture, red.
Face: smooth, red, with light hair above the eyes.
Mumps: small, red.
Neck: very short, with soft well-supplied cape that falls on the shoulders.
Shoulders: wide and rounded, hidden by the cape.
Back: wide, short, raised towards the tail.
Wings: small but wide, well-fitting to the body, hidden among the plumage, horizontal spans.
Tail: ball-shaped, short and wide, high capacity, with soft and well-rounded feathers. In the rooster the sickle-shaped ones are abundant, short and rounded and close the tail at the rear. In the hen, the coverts completely close the tail making the helmsmen practically invisible.
Chest: carried low, wide, deep.
Legs: strong, short legs, richly feathered, hidden by the thigh cushions; yellow tarsi, rather fine, short, four fingers; in the tarsi, the middle finger and the outer finger are covered with thick plumage formed by numerous and long feathers arranged in a fan.
Belly: full, soft rounded, well feathered.
Skin: yellow.
2 - WEIGHTS
ROOSTER: Kg. 0,8 - 1,0
HEN: Kg. 0,7 - 0,9
Special advantages:
Ball shape; soft and abundant plumage, docile character.
Serious defects:
They are those concerning the shape and conformation of the plumage; narrow subjects; very pronounced Brahma typology; flat or narrow chest; tarsi with poor footwear; white mumps. Hard, poor plumage with narrow feathers.
3 - PLUMAGE
Conformation: very soft and plentiful, soft, velvety with wide and soft feathers.

IV - COLORS

SILVER WHEAT
Cock
- HEAD: light wheat.
- CAPE: straw yellow with light silver edging; light brown flames in the lower part.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: from deep red / orange to reddish brown.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: yellow with lighter silver edging, brown flames.
- LARGE WING COVERS: black with green reflections (wing band).
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: matt black with narrow whitish rim on the outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: opaque black inside and yellowish white outside form the wing triangle.
- CHEST: bright black, a slight yellowish or brownish pattern allowed.
- BELLY AND LEGS: black, a slight yellowish pattern is allowed.
- TAIL: black with green reflections, a large brown / silver border is allowed in large sickles.
- FOOTWEAR: black.
- DOWN JACKET: gray.
Hen
- HEAD: light wheat.
- CAPE: brown / gold with silver edging, few opaque black flames are allowed.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: light wheat.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: light wheat.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and light wheat outside.
- CHEST, BELLY AND LEGS: ivory.
- TAIL: gray black helmsman with brown shades; light wheat coverts.
- FOOTWEAR: light wheat.
Serious defects
Rooster: too dark and brownish coloring on the back and on the coverts.
Hen: much silver in the tail, plumage with peppery or too whitish, absence of the silver rim in the cape.
SILVER BLACK RIM
Cock
- HEAD: White.
- CAPE: Silver white with black flame that has a white spear in the center.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: silver white with sketched hemming, not forming sooty spots. Uniform white back constitutes a defect.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: Silver white with black flame that has a white spear in the center.
- LARGE WING COVERS: Silver white with marked black edging form the distinct bands.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: Black inside and white outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: Black inside and white with light black edging outside.
- CHEST AND LEGS: Each pen is white edged with bright black (the edging must circumvent the whole pen to be rounded and not spear-shaped.
- TAIL: Black with green reflections.
- FOOTWEAR: White with black edging.
- DOWN JACKET: Dark gray.
Hen
- HEAD: White.
- CAPE: Silver white with large black flame more suitable than in the rooster. In the center of each pen a white spear.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: Silver white, each pen large, wide and rounded with uniform black edging.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: Black inside and white outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: Black inside and white with light black edging outside.
- TAIL: Black.
- FOOTWEAR: White with black edging.
NOTE
Very difficult coloring in this breed where the soft and fluffy plumage required by the standard is not suitable for such a precise design, trying to achieve the maximum correspondence to what is required.
BIRCH
Cock
- HEAD: white.
- CAPE: silver white with well-marked black flame.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: silver white.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: silver white with well marked black flame.
- LARGE WING COVERS: black with green reflections originate the wing band.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black with green reflections.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black with green reflections.
- CHEST: black, each pen up to the middle of the goiter is edged in silver white (the edging must circumvent the whole pen to be rounded and not spear-shaped).
- LEGS: black.
- TAIL: black with green reflections.
- FOOTWEAR: black.
- DOWN: dark gray.
Hen
- HEAD: white.
- CAPE: silver white with large black flame.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: black.
- CHEST: black, each pen up to about half of the goiter is edged with silver white (the edging must circumvent the whole pen to be rounded and not spear-shaped).
- LEGS: black.
- FOOTWEAR: black.
Serious defects
In both sexes: black head, excessive presence of the design in the chest; in the hen hemmed in the feathers of the back and in the coverts of the wings; completely black chest.
BIANCA COLUMBIA
Rooster and Hen
- HEAD: white.
- CAPE: white with black flame.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: white.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: white, light black flame allowed.
- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and white outside.
- TAIL: black with green reflections, a slight white border on large sickles is tolerated and a white border on small sickles is desirable.
- FOOTWEAR: black edged with white.
- DOWN JACKET: gray.
Serious defects
Yellowish reflections; black feathers on the back and shoulders of the hen; tail with too much white; flames too marked in the croup of the rooster.
WHITE COLUMBIA BLUE
Rooster and Hen
- HEAD: white.
- CAPE: white with blue flame.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: white
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: white, light blue flame allowed.
- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY REMIGANTS: blue inside and white outside.
- TAIL: blue, a slight white border on large sickles is tolerated, white border on small sickles is desirable.
- FOOTWEAR: blue edged with white.
- DOWN JACKET: gray.
Serious defects
Yellowish reflections; blue feathers on the back and shoulders of the hen; tail with too much white; too marked flames in the cock's croup; presence of black feathers.
WHITE
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: pure white, brighter in the cock.
- DOWN JACKET: white.
Serious defects
Strong straw reflections; pens of other color.
BLUE
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: uniform blue, unedged. In the rooster head, cape, coverts of the wings and lanceolate of the rump are darker up to black velvet.
- DOWN JACKET: light blue.
Serious defects
Soot, mold or other colored spots, too pronounced hemming;
shades of blue too dark or too light.
BLUE GOLD COLLAR
Cock
- HEAD: brown / golden.
- CAPE: golden with blue flame.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: carmine red.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: golden yellow with blue flame.
- LARGE WING COVERS: blue (wing band).
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: blue with narrow brown rim on the outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: blue inside and brunettes outside form the wing triangle.
- BREAST, BELLY AND LEGS: blue without traces of brown.
- TAIL: blue.
- FOOTWEAR: blue.
- DOWN JACKET: grayish.
Hen
- HEAD: golden brown.
- CAPE: golden brown with large blue flame more pronounced than in the rooster.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: uniform dark brown with fine blue pepper regularly distributed, possibly without hints of lighter hemming and clear spine.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: blue with narrow peppery brown external border.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: blue inside and peppery brown outside.
- CHEST: slightly lighter than the rest of the plumage.
- BELLY AND LEGS: brown gray.
- TAIL: blue helmsman, coverts like the rest of the plumage.
- FOOTWEAR: like the rest of the plumage.
Serious defects
Rooster: chest and legs dotted with brown; cape and croup too red or straw; absence of flames.
Hen: background color too light, presence of hemming; reddish shades; poorly distributed pepper; no or little pronounced flames of the cape; salmon breast. In both sexes, shades of blue are either too light or too dark.
SILVER NECK
Cock
- HEAD: white
- CAPE: white / silver with black flame with green reflections.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: white / silver.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: silver white with black flame.
- LARGE WING COVERS: black with green reflections (wing band).
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black with narrow white rim on the outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and white outside form the wing triangle.
- CHEST: black without traces of white.
- BELLY AND LEGS: black.
- TAIL: black with green reflections.
- FOOTWEAR: black.
- DOWN: dark gray.
Hen
- HEAD: white.
- CAPE: silver white with large black flame more pronounced than in the rooster.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: uniform gray / silver with fine black peppering regularly distributed possibly without hints of lighter hemming and clear spine.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black with narrow peppery silver white external border.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and peppery silver outside.
- CHEST: slightly lighter than the rest of the plumage.
- BELLY AND LEGS: gray.
- TAIL: dark gray helmsman, coverts like the rest of the plumage.
- FOOTWEAR: like the rest of the plumage.
Serious defects
Rooster: chest and legs dotted with white; yellow reflections on the white parts; absence of flames.
Hen: background color too light; presence of hems; brown or reddish shades; poorly distributed pepper; no or little pronounced flames of the cape; salmon breast.
GOLD NECK
Cock
- HEAD: golden brown.
- CAPE: golden with black flame with green reflections.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: carmine red.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: yellow / gold with black flame.
- LARGE WING COVERS: black with green reflections (wing band).
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black with narrow brown rim on the outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and brown outside form the wing triangle.
- CHEST: black without traces of brown.
- BELLY AND LEGS: black.
- TAIL: black with green reflections.
- FOOTWEAR: black.
- DOWN: dark gray.
Hen
- HEAD: brown / golden.
- CAPE: brown / golden with large black flame more pronounced than in the rooster.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: uniform dark brown with fine black peppering regularly distributed, possibly without hints of lighter hemming and clear spine.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black with narrow peppery brown external border.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and peppery brown outside.
- CHEST: slightly lighter than the rest of the plumage.
- BELLY AND LEGS: brown gray.
- TAIL: brownish black helmsman; coverts like the rest of the plumage.
- FOOTWEAR: like the rest of the plumage.
Serious defects
ROOSTER: chest and legs dotted with brown; cape and croup too red or straw; absence of flames.
HEN: background color too light, presence of hemming; reddish shades; poorly distributed pepper; no or little pronounced flames of the cape; salmon breast.
GOLDEN WHEAT
Cock
- HEAD: golden orange.
- CAPE: golden orange which in the terminal part becomes lighter. Absence of flames.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: bright light brown.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: golden orange which in the terminal part become lighter. Absence of flames.
- LARGE WING COVERS: black with green reflections (wing band).
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black with narrow brown rim on the outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and brown outside form the wing triangle.
- CHEST: black, light brownish design allowed.
- BELLY AND LEGS: black.
- TAIL: black with green reflections.
- FOOTWEAR: black.
- DOWN JACKET: light gray.
Hen
- HEAD: light golden.
- CAPE: golden brown, small opaque black flames are allowed.
- GENERAL PLUMAGE: wheat.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: wheat.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and wheat color outside.
- BREAST VENTRE AND LEGS: light wheat.
- TAIL: matt black helmsman with brown leather reflections, wheat coverts.
- FOOTWEAR: wheat.
Serious defects
ROOSTER: black flames in the cape and in the lanceolate of the rump; white in the wings and tail.
GALLINA: marbled plumage or with black notches; too dark wheat shade.
BROWN BANDS
Cock
- HEAD: golden brown.
- CAPE: golden brown, in the lower part mixed, but hidden feathers, with a design of the same type as the hen.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: intense golden brown, uniform with spine of the same color.
- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY REMIGANTS: golden brown, few traces of black allowed.
- TAIL: black with green reflections.
- FOOTWEAR: golden brown.
- DOWN: at the base of the salmon brown pen then dark gray.
Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: uniform light brown background color. Concentric multiple mesh design (horseshoe): alternating from the inside to the outside, large light brown bands and thin black intense black bands. Each pen ends with a light brown border.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: brown, stoned and streaked with black.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: light brown with drawing.
- TAIL: helmsman with brown edge; coverts like the rest of the plumage.
- FOOTWEAR: like the rest of the plumage.
- DOWN JACKET: brown gray.
Serious defects
ROOSTER: traces of black on the chest; white in the remiges and tail.
HEN: grayish or brownish gray background color; washed out, absent or unclear design.
tawny
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: intense and uniform fawn. In the rooster cape, coverts of the wings, lanceolate of the rump very bright. Tail with bronze shades allowed.
- DOWN JACKET: light fawn.
Serious defects
Plumage too red, straw or spotted; white duvet; whitish parts on helmsmen and remiges; clear spine.
FULVA COLUMBIA BLUE
Rooster and Hen
- HEAD: tawny.
- CAPE: tawny with blue flame.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: fawn.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: tawny with light blue flame.
- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY REMIGANTS: blue inside and tawny outside.
- TAIL: blue, a slight tawny hemming on large sickles is tolerated and tawny hemming on small sickles is desirable.
- FOOTWEAR: tawny with blue edging.
- DOWN JACKET: light yellow
Serious defects
Fawn shades too light or too dark; black or blue feathers on spine e
hen shoulders; tail with too fawn; flames too marked in the croup of the rooster.
FULVA COLUMBIA
Rooster and Hen
- HEAD: tawny.
- CAPE: tawny with black flame.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: fawn.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: tawny with light black flame.
- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and tawny outside.
- TAIL: black with green reflections, a light tawny hemming on large sickles is tolerated and tawny hemming on small sickles is desirable.
- FOOTWEAR: black edged with fawn.
- DOWN JACKET: light yellow.
Serious defects
Fawn shades too light or too dark; black feathers on the back and shoulders of the hen; tail with too fawn; flames too marked in the croup of the rooster.
PEARL GREY
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: lavender blue (pearl gray), uniform, including the spine. In the rooster the cape and the lanceolate of the rump are a little darker; to tolerate small rust spots or light stripes on the neck.
- DOWN JACKET: gray blue.
Serious defects
Strong straw reflections; pens of other color.
WILDFLOWER
Cock
- HEAD: light golden brown.
- CAPE: golden brown with few black flames, at the end of the pen a small black spot with hinted white pearl on the tip.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: reddish brown, brownish design allowed.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: golden brown with little black flames, at the end of the pen a small black spot with hinted white pearl at the apex.
- LARGE WING COVERS: golden brown with black spot and white pearl form the bands.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black with brown external margins, white pearl more or less marked at the apex.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black internal part, golden brown external part that forms the triangle of the wing, more or less marked white pearl at the apex.
- CHEST, BELLY AND LEGS: light golden brown with a black spot at the end of the pen with hinted white pearl.
- TAIL: black with green reflections with hinted white pearl at the apex.
- FOOTWEAR: similar to chest and belly.
- DOWN JACKET: brown gray.
Hen
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Source: Italian Standard for Poultry Breeds - FIAV - www.fiav.info
- HEAD: golden brown.
- CAPE: bright golden brown with black flame, at the end of the pen there is a small black spot with an accented white pearl.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: golden brown with a black spot at the end of the pen with an accented white pearl, a slightly lighter background color in the chest and belly is allowed.
- TAIL: black with hinted white pearl at the apex.
- FOOTWEAR: like the rest of the plumage.
Serious defects
In both sexes - background color too red or too light or uneven; too heavy, missing or impure design; uneven or absent wing design; prevalence of white in remiges and footwear; too light down jacket.
Note: very difficult coloring in this breed where the soft and fluffy plumage required by the standard is not suitable for such a precise design, try to achieve the maximum correspondence to what is required.
BLACK
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: bright black, rich in green reflections.
- SPOUT: very dark horn allowed.
- TARSI: blackish allowed but with yellow sole.
- DOWN: dark gray.
Serious defects
Opaque plumage; absence of reflections in the cock; purple or bluish reflections;
other colored pens; completely black beak.
BLACK SPOTTED WHITE
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: bright black with green reflections. Several pens have a V-shaped white-spotted tip. Pattering should be the most
uniform as possible. Valuable is the presence of white spots on the tip of the remiges and sickles. In the rooster the drawing is less marked than in the hen and therefore as a whole appears darker, 1 or 2 white primary remiges are allowed.
- TARSI: admitted with blackish streaks but with yellow sole.
- DOWN: dark gray.
Serious defects
Punctuation above, too irregular or very impure. Too white on rowers and helmsmen; absence of green reflections; presence of red feathers or bluish reflections.
BLACK RIM GOLD
Cock
- HEAD: golden brown.
- CAPE: golden brown with black flame that has a golden spear in the center.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: golden brown with sketched hemming, not
forming sooty spots (uniform golden-colored back is a defect).
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: brown golden with black flame that has a golden spear in the center.
- LARGE COVERING OF THE WINGS: golden brown with marked black edging form the distinct bands.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black inside and golden brown outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and golden brown with light black edging outside.
- CHEST AND LEGS: each pen is golden brown edged with bright black (the edging must go around the whole pen, be rounded and not spear-shaped.
- TAIL: black with green reflections.
- FOOTWEAR: golden brown with black edging.
- DOWN JACKET: fawn gray.
Hen
- HEAD: golden brown.
- CAPE: golden brown with large black flame more pronounced than in the rooster. At the center of each pen is a golden spear.
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: golden brown, each pen large, wide and rounded with uniform black edging.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black inside and golden brown outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and golden brown with light black edging outside.
- TAIL: black helmsman; coverts like the rest of the plumage.
- FOOTWEAR: golden brown with black edging.
Note: very difficult coloring in this breed where the soft and fluffy plumage required by the Standard is not suitable for such a precise design, try to achieve the maximum correspondence to what is required.
PERNICATED SILVER BLACK SHIRTS
Cock
- HEAD: white / silver.
- CAPE: white / silver with black flame that has a white spear in the center.
- BACK, SHOULDERS AND WING COVERS: silver white.
- LANCEOLATE DELLA GROPPA: white / silver with black flame with a white spear in the center.
- LARGE WING COVERS: black with green reflections, permissible hemming.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black inside and white outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and white outside form the triangle of the white wing.
- BELLY BREAST AND LEGS: black with small white hems.
- TAIL: black with green reflections, small sickles edged with white are allowed.
- FOOTWEAR: black with small white hems.
- DOWN: slate.
Hen
- HEAD: white / silver.
- CAPE: white / silver with large black flame more pronounced than in the rooster. In the center of each pen a white spear
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: from blue gray to steel with multiple black drawings that follow the shape of the pen, including the spine.
- PRIMARY REMIGANTS: black inside and gray with black bands outside.
- SECONDARY REMIGANTS: black inside and gray with black bands outside.
- TAIL: black helmsman.
Note: very difficult coloring in this breed where the soft and fluffy plumage required by the Standard is not suitable for such a precise design, try to achieve the maximum correspondence to what is required.
RED
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: intense red, not too dark, uniform and
shiny. Very few black flames barely mentioned in the lower part of the cape allowed. In the hen lighter background color.
- PRIMARY AND SECONDARY REMIGANTS: red, a little black on the inside admitted.
- TAIL: red or black reddish.
- DOWN JACKET: preferably red.
Serious defects
Strongly spotted plumage; cape color too light;
lots of soot or white in the duvet; whitish shades in the remiges.
SPARVIERO
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: one is drawn on the black background color
light blue bar not too precise, slightly arched and arranged
with regular alternation on the whole pen. Rachis barred slightly like a pen. The hen is, in general, darker than the rooster.
- DOWN: crossed out like the rest of the plumage.
Serious defects
In both sexes: a lot of soot; strong white streaks in the remiges and in the tail; silver edging in the cape.
SPARVIERO FULVA
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: one is drawn on the fawn background color
cream-white bar not too precise, slightly arched and arranged with regular alternation on the whole pen. The hen is, in general, darker than the rooster.
- DOWN JACKET: bar slightly clearer than the rest of the plumage.
Serious defects
In both sexes: gray duvet; traces of soot in the bearings; pens of other color.
SPARVIERO GRAY PEARL
Rooster and Hen
- PLUMAGE IN GENERAL: on the pearl gray background color is drawn a grayish white bar not too precise, slightly arched and
arranged with regular alternation on the whole pen. Spine slightly
crossed out like pen. The hen is, in general, darker than the rooster.
- DOWN: crossed out like the rest of the plumage.
SERIOUS DEFECTS
In both sexes: yellow shades; white shades on the remiges; very washed sparrowhawk design.


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