Abstract

Silver foxes are farm-bred for more than seventy years. At present, several coat-colour variations are observed among populations of silver foxes: platinum, white face with lighter colour and distinctive piebald pattern and Georgian white, characterized by white coat and blac spots on the body, feet and face, a mutation which has first appeared in a farm of the Georgian Republic (USSR) in 1943

L. N Trut, D. K Belyaev, A. O Ruvinsky

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 3, Madrid, Spain, 59–64, 1974
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