help me with colors pls!

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(The picture that was sent to me b4 I picked him up. Owner died. Kids didn't want it)
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(I've had spice for almost a yr.)
Hello! I am new to the bunny world and need some help understanding colors! I have acquired a holland lop buck someone no longer wanted. the picture of the first one is the buck. What color name would he be considered....I almost think its a broken blue tourtiseshell???? But not sure. Please help! Thank you!! :) and for the female a tourtiseshell??? I've had her for almost a year now. I say tourtishell due to me having a cat with that patern. Pls correct me if I am wrong!
 

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I'm also thinking he isn't a holland but a mini lop...never seen 1 before?
 

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Holland, with that pose. I am not real familiar with those breeds. But I know the Holland are smaller and upright.
 

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"Broken Tricolor" is redundant; a Tricolor by definition is a broken Harlequin.

At 5.5 lbs, I have to think your boy is a Mini Lop. Hollands without the dwarfing gene can get that big, but the head/ear proportions would look different.
Oops. You can tell I don't work with those colors or breeds. :hide
 

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"Broken Tricolor" is redundant; a Tricolor by definition is a broken Harlequin.

At 5.5 lbs, I have to think your boy is a Mini Lop. Hollands without the dwarfing gene can get that big, but the head/ear proportions would look different.
Yeah that is what seems puzzling and isn't a mini lops face more pointy???
 
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