The German Mousery Chilloutarea in close up.
Chilloutarea breeds Splashed, Tricolor, Recessive Red, Sable, Roan, Merle, Burmese, Piebald Spotting and Siamese in English Show Type Shorthair and Satin Shorthair.
The Mousery make contract with every buyer and makes sure the future owner has knowledge and experience with mice.
Dr. Roland Fischer, I live near Dortmund in Germany and I am 51 years old.
Biologist and Master of Science in Pharm. Medicine
Passiflora breeding, plants, animals, family
One word is enough: http://en.tackfilm2.se/?id=1280510857016ID406
Chilloutarea Mousery, because my mice live in the equivalent of a mouse hotel and chillout all day long
I am a member of the NMC in UK and NL.
Tricolor and Merle, rezessive Red
It was very expensive and time-consuming to bring the varieties to Europe, but it was worths each minute and cent. Merle are a little hesitating to get a good type and size, but very vital and fertile.
About 300 adults
A small girl, which could be a new mutation if I am lucky, she is agouti with black spots.
I have pedigrees for the mice which are kept or sold.
I feed a mix of small seeds, herbs, dry catfood, mealworms, dandelion, vegetables. Chilloutarea Mousery has big terrariums only, no lab-cages at all. I have an empty house, which is used for animals only, the mice have three own rooms. I strictly use quarantine for at least 4 weeks before I add new mice to my stud. Instead of inbreeding I use linebreeding and have established own lines with a broad american, british, dutch and german genetic background now.
Breeding Tricolors with an apricot and red appearence, breeding piebald satin tan merles with four colours and good type.
All pictures are © Chilloutarea Mousery
#6 In fact, it's the opposit. Roland made the tricolors and ship them to USA, Jack Garcia and Roland are very good friends.
There is some tricolors in GB too but fare away from the quality Roland got.
Dear Grodan, maybe we should discuste the tricolors in another tread just to make everyone aware of what they can cost the swedish breedingstock if we aren't careful and well known enough.
I have to realise they areNOT for newbies.
#8 I dont know anything about them, accept they are transgenic and these are c-lokus variants. I would love to get more information about them.
But as I´ve seen on internet, over the years, the information is that they are "made in America"…
#9 + #10 Eye Candy!
Hello reverse. Well, we dont know more than you about MERLE!!! Other than it´s an awesome, fantastic and gorgeous variety. Ok, I know it´s from America. But nothing else…
Maybe you can google around and come with some news, info and facts about it (in a new thread in Swedish - coz no english members are here anymore anyway)??? pliiiiizzzzzz
#16 Svenskar är överlag inte alltför förtjusta i möss och hur de luktar så det är ovanligt med musuppfödare som seriöst satsar på en variant i många många år. Det finns en handfull sådana personer i Sverige…