By Edouard Aldahdah
Posted on December 12th, 2010 in General
If we add up the numbers of asil tail female in the four previous entries (Egyptian lines, in Europe, in the USA, and in South Africa), and remove the redundancies associated with the Rodania and Ghazieh lines that appear in both Egyptian and non-Egyptian breeding, we end up with 42 asil tail females in the “West”.
Note: This number does not include North African, Saudi, Bahraini and Syrian lines which are more or less recent import to Western Countries.
Note: There is nothing asil left from the old South American and Australian lines, so our survey of Western lines ends here.