A = "Agouti Pattern" The most dominant gene for this series. Therefore, this gene can "carry", one of the other two (A) genes but neither of the other two (A) genes can carry this one. Agouti patterned rabbits have usually have white or cream markings on their belly, around their eyes, on their nostrils, under their jowls, inside of their ears, underside of the tail, and inside their legs. Any variety that has ring color (bands of color on a single hair shaft), is agouti. Agouti often have dark undercolor near the base of the fur, next to the skin. Agouti colors often have dark ticking. Examples include but are not limited to, chestnut, opal, chinchilla, squirrel, lynx. Orange, cream, red, frosty, steel and a correct tri-color will also be agouti, but may not show ring color or ticking.
Examples are otters and martens. In Holland Lops, only the otters are showable.