Genotypes are genetic "codes". The ones most commonly used with rabbits are the genotypes for colors. This is a list of color genotypes in rabbits. The underscore(_) means that it doesn't matter what else the rabbit carries-dominate or recessive-doesn't matter.

Broken Gene

    All of these colors can be broken (white and the color) unless otherwise noted. A broken color has the gene En, solids have enen. If there are two En that match up (EnEn) then the result is a "charlie" rabbit where there is not enough color to be showable and the rabbit will be mostly white. A correct broken has the genes Enen.

Charlie: EnEn
Broken: Enen
Solid:    enen

Chestnut: A_ B_ C_ D_ E_

Opal: A_ B_ C_ dd E_

Chocolate Agouti: A_ bb C_D_E_

Lynx: A_ bb C_ dd E_

Black: aa B_ C_ D_ E_

Blue: aa B_ C_ dd E_

*Red: A_B_C_D_ee

*Orange:  A_ B_ C_ D_ ee

*Fawn: A_ B_ C_ D_ ee

*Cream: A_ B_ C_ dd ee

Tort: aa B_ C_ D_ ee

Blue Tort: aa B_ C_ dd ee

Lilac Tort: aa bb C_ dd ee

Chocolate Tort: aa bb C_ D_ ee

Chocolate: aa bb C_ D_ E_

Lilac: aa bb C_ dd E_

Ruby Eyed White: __ __ cc __ __

Blue Eyed White: __ __ __ __ __ vv

Siamese Sable: aa B_ c
chl c D_ E_

Smoke Pearl: aa B_ c
chl c dd E_

Frosty: A_ B_ cchdc D_ ee

Seal: aa B_ cchlcchl D_ E_

Chinchilla: A_ B_ cchd_  D_ E_

Iron Gray (not showable in US): aa B_ cchd_ D_ ee

Chocolate Chinchilla: A_ bb cchd_ D_ E_

Squirrel (blue chinchilla): A_ B_ cchd_ dd E_

Lilac Chinchilla: A_ bb cchd_ dd E_

Sable Chinchilla: A_ B_ cchl_ D_ E_

Sable Point: aa B_ cchlc D_ ee

Blue Point (non-showable in HL's): aa B_ cchlc dd ee

Chocolate Point: aa bb cchlc D_ ee

Lilac Point: aa bb cchlc dd ee

**ALL Harlequins are NOT showable in Holland Lops!!**

Orange/Black Tri-Color: A_ B_ C_ D_eje  Enen

Orange/Black Harlequin : A_ B_ C_ D_ eje enen

Blue/Fawn Tri: A_B_C_dd eje Enen

Blue/Fawn Harlequin: A_B_C_ dd eje enen

Chocolate/Fawn Tri: A_ bb C_ D_ ej e Enen

Chocolate/Fawn Harlequin: A_ bb C_ D_ eje enen

Lilac/Fawn Tri: A_ bb C_ dd eje Enen

Lilac/Fawn Harlequin:  A_ bb C_ dd eje enen

Black Otter: at_ B_C_D_E_

Blue Otter: at_B_C_dd E_

Chocolate Otter: at_ bb C_D_E_

Lilac Otter: at_ bb C_ dd E_

Black Gold Tipped Steel: A_B_C_D_Es_

Blue Gold Tipped Steel: A_B_C_dd Es_

Chocolate Gold Tipped Steel: A_bb C_D_Es_

Lilac Gold Tipped Steel: A_bb C_dd Es_

Black Silver Tipped Steel: A_B_cchd_D_Es_

Blue Silver Tipped Steel: A_B_cchd_dd Es_

Chocolate Silver Tipped Steel: A_bb cchd_D_ Es_

Lilac Silver Tipped Steel: A_bb cchd_dd Es_

Sable Martin: at_ B_ cchl_D_E_

Smoke Pearl Martin: at_ B_ cchl_ dd E_

Chocolate Sable Martin: at_ bb cchl_D_E_

Lilac Sable Martin: at_ bb cchl_ dd E_

Silver Martin: at_ B_ cchd_D_E_

Blue Silver Martin: at_ B_ cchd_ dd E_

Chocolate Silver Martin: at_ bb cchd_D_E_

Lilac Silver Martin: at_ bb cchd_ ddE_

**Black Pointed White: aa B_ ch c D_ E_

**Blue Pointed White: aa B_ ch c dd E_

**Chocolate Pointed White: aa bb ch c D_ E_

**Lilac Pointed White: aa bb ch c dd E_

* In Holland Lops, there were a lot of "diluted" oranges, which were unshowable. This is caused by rufus modifiers, not the dilute gene. So, now the Orange and Fawn are both showable, but different colors. What can be confusing about this is that they both have the exact same genotype, just the orange has more rufus modifiers. The red has even more rufus modifiers than the orange. So the red, orange, and fawns are all the same genetically just some have more rufus modifiers than another. The Cream is the dilute of these colors,
having the dilute gene. The way to tell the difference is that the reds, oranges, and fawns have brown eyes, while the cream has blue-gray eyes. (hint-all true dilutes have blue-gray eyes) In other breeds the Fawn is the dilute of orange and there is not a Cream color. If this is confusing, please feel free to e-mail me and I'll explain it further.

**These are not recognized in the broken variety.

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