The Clownfish Mutation - nClt | CltClt
Clownfish is known for its dark outline around white markings, as well as it’s placement and positioning of these markings. Ballators with Clownfish, without additional paint markings, will typically have three bands of white on their bodies. These markings are found on the Ballator’s neck, barrel, and rump Clownfish will outline any additional white marking a Ballator may have, including minimal white markings.
Minimum Clownfish can show itself as only small bits of the outline color. Maximum Clownfish will never cover the Ballator’s entire body; the Ballator’s head will always remain uncovered.
Clownfish will not turn a Ballator’s mane(s) white unless it also has the appropriate paint gene. A Clownfish design that also has white markings can either strictly follow the required look for the specific white marking or it may also include some of the Clownfish body markings.
Clownfish markings will not have holes in them unless there is an appropriate paint gene as well.
Homozygous Clownfish (CltClt)
Ballators with Homozygous (CltClt) Clownfish will have black outlines around their white markings.
Heterozygous Clownfish (nClt)
Ballators with Heterozygous (nClt) Clownfish will have outlines a few shades darker than their base coat.
- Dotted Sooty
- Okapi Dun
- Reverse Roan
- Zebroid (Recessive)
- Jester (If Paint Genes Presnt)
- Paint Markings
- White Markings
- Oryx (All Types)
- Tuxedo (If No Paint Genes)
- Veneum (Retired)
- Zebroid (Dominant)
Can Go Above or Below:
- Fu (Designer’s Choice)
- Tuxedo (If Paint Genes Present)