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Glaciatas are in any colour that involve the plastid colours. Thus yellows,
tangerine/pink, green, or the absence of plastid pigments, white.
Answered Prayer is a glaciata and it is pink with coral beards. Glaciata genes
only show their effect when in all four genes. They show no effect when the
plicata genes are not present four times. They can  contibute to luminata
effect , but only when the plicata alleles are in effect(ie four copies). Even
when you have the glaciata and tangerine, the beards will not be any different
then when its not present. That is just as bright as it would be without
glaciata present. I don't think that this route offers any promise of lighter
beards with pink coloration. The route is best to pick paarents with lighter
beards, and select and recross.

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