French Angora Colors
French Angoras come in a very wide array of colors. Here's a snapshot of Angora colors. In the photos below, you can see some of the color changes from 1 day old kits to 10 days old. In the photo on the left, it is hard to tell colors other than black and blue. In the photo in the middle, you can see the white bellies and white inside of the ears of some of the kits. This means that they are an Agouti based color (genotype AA or Aa). You can also see the chestnut coloring developing on the kits. As kits become juniors, the right photo, you can clearly see most color differences.
Black (aa B_ C_ D_ E_)
Blue (aa B_ C_ dd E_)
Chocolate (aa bb C_ D_ E_)
Lilac (aa bb C_ dd E_) - Not yet seen at Kaninchen.
Tortoiseshell aka Black Tort (aa B_ C_ D_ ee) - Not yet seen at Kaninchen.
Blue Tort (aa B_ C_ dd ee) - Not yet seen at Kaninchen.
Chocolate Tort (aa bb C_ D_ ee)
Lilac Tort (aa bb C_ dd ee) - Not yet seen at Kaninchen.
Agouti Based Colors
Chestnut (A_ B_ C_ D_ E_)
Copper (A_ B_ C_ D_ E_) - Same as Chestnut but with high Rufus modifiers. Not seen yet at Kaninchen.
Opal (A_ B_C_ dd E_)
Opals start out blue and then develop white bellies and white inside the ears. As they mature, they gradually add a cream color into their coat.