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Hi can anyone confirm what varieties should be shown in the AOSV class, I believe Dark Eyed Clear, Darkwing, Suffused Yellow & White, Saddleback are some of them, but are there anymore? It seems there are a number of different views on this and I wondered if anyone knows, thanks in advance.

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AOSV is all other STANDARD varieties so you can include Brownwings as well in that section. AOV is for All Other Varieties such as Rainbows which are a composite bird.

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AOSV is all other STANDARD varieties so you can include Brownwings as well in that section. AOV is for All Other Varieties such as Rainbows which are a composite bird.

 

Thanks for your quick response Daz, it does appear to be hard to get an answer, so thank you.

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Hi can anyone confirm what varieties should be shown in the AOSV class, I believe Dark Eyed Clear, Darkwing, Suffused Yellow & White, Saddleback are some of them, but are there anymore? It seems there are a number of different views on this and I wondered if anyone knows, thanks in advance.

 

 

The 4 varieties you have listed are to be shown in the AOSV Class, Any Other Standard Variety.

 

Normally you only see Suffused yellow and white shown though. I have never seen a Darkwing or a Saddleback, and only once seen a Dark eyed clear shown!!

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Hi can anyone confirm what varieties should be shown in the AOSV class, I believe Dark Eyed Clear, Darkwing, Suffused Yellow & White, Saddleback are some of them, but are there anymore? It seems there are a number of different views on this and I wondered if anyone knows, thanks in advance.

 

 

The 4 varieties you have listed are to be shown in the AOSV Class, Any Other Standard Variety.

 

Normally you only see Suffused yellow and white shown though. I have never seen a Darkwing or a Saddleback, and only once seen a Dark eyed clear shown!!

 

 

Thanks.

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That's were I show my Dark Eyed Clear. I am hoping that one day the DEC would become a class in the nationals..

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AOSV is all other STANDARD varieties so you can include Brownwings as well in that section. AOV is for All Other Varieties such as Rainbows which are a composite bird.

 

Are you quite sure Daz?

 

Referring to the ANBC Nat Standard there are only 4 varieties listed in the AOSV calss. Saddleback, DEC, Darkwing & Suffused White/Yellow. As Brownwing currently has no set standard would they not have to go in NSV/NSC not AOSV?

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If it's not listed it would then go in the AOV. All Other Varieties.

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If it's not listed it would then go in the AOV. All Other Varieties.

 

For us thats NSV/NSC any confused WA-ers.

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