Having spots and patches of black and white, or other colors; mottled; pied.
Covered with patches of two colors, especially black and white. Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
spotted or patched, usually in black and white. Plastron - ventral shell of turtle.
Black patches on a white background.
Horse of many different colors, especially one spotted or blotched with black and white [1594
a black and white pinto/paint horse.
Black and white (horse coloration).
A gene that causes white spotting on a cat. Bicolor, calico cats have this gene.
Refers to an animal's (fish) morphology, which is spotted or patched, especially with black and white.
A coat pattern featuring a combination of white and any other color or pattern.
random spots of color on a white background
spotted, patched, or blotched colors, usually in black or white.
having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightly; "a jester dressed in motley"; "the painted desert"; "a particolored dress"; "a piebald horse"; "pied daisies"
a horse or pony that is white with black patches (remember a Mag pie )
an animal, especially a horse, that has large white and black patches
A pinto horse or pony that is specifically black and white.
a pinto of grey and white or black and white coloring.
a horse which is black and white in color
Pinto; in the New Zealand color study, an alpaca with white and black patches.
A white genetic pattern, typically more than is seen on a dog with Irish spotting.
English term for body color of white with black patches.
A mammalian phenotype in which patches of skin are unpigmented because of lack of melanocytes; generally inherited as an autosomal dominant.
a betta with a flesh colored face. body might be red, blue, black or any other darker color.
Covered with patches of two colors, typically black and white.