Foxes-Markings-Please state the markings of a fox by which you distinguish between a light silver and dark cross.
Red-Red above and white below, with dark points. Red-Bastard-Red above and dark below and on the neck with darker points. Poor Cross-Mostly red and dark as above with a silver patch down the back and over the shoulders and hips. Good Cross-Red on the sides, neck and ears, dark below and silvery over back, shoulder and rump. Silver or Light Silver-Silvery all over, except the neck; dark below and white only on tip of tail. Silver Black or Dark Silver-Black all over, except the tip of the tail and the silvery hairs on the hips and forehead. Black-Pure black all over, except the tip of the tail with, perhaps, dark silvery hairs only discernible on close examination.
Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.
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