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Coefficients of Kinship, Relationship and Inbreeding
This page consist of inbreeding calculations for the Cane Corso you selected or the "Virtual Mating" you have entered.
The calculations on this page are accurate to the point that they can only be made based upon the information in the database.
For more detailed calculations please make sure that as many as possible of the ancestors are known in the database.
We hope this tool will be valuable to breeders and enthousiasts.
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father (MIDA DI CASTELL'ANSELMO) and mother (LUNA)
Name Gender children
LUNA 4 offspring
  • Explanation
    List of common progency of father and mother
    Name Gender children
    BONO 2 offspring
    CATLEYA 0 offspring
    SYBELL 0 offspring
    ZEUS 13 offspring
  • Explanation
    Ascendents count
    Total count of known ascendants (over 10 generations : max=2046) 570
    Count of distinct known ascendants (over 10 generations) 207
  • Explanation
    For any animal out of father and mother :
    Coefficient of Inbreeding (this value is too low to be reliable) 0.853%
  • Explanation
    Top contributing ascendants :
    Partial inbreeding due to OTELLO 0.291%
    Partial inbreeding due to BRUNO 0.128%
    Partial inbreeding due to ELSA 0.128%
    Partial inbreeding due to RUBENS 0.101%
    Partial inbreeding due to LEONE 0.036%
    Partial inbreeding due to DAUNO 0.031%
    Partial inbreeding due to LIANA 0.027%
    Partial inbreeding due to TIPSI 0.017%
    Partial inbreeding due to AMSA 0.014%
    Partial inbreeding due to BIBLI 0.014%
  • Explanation
    Most inbred ascendants :
    RUBENS 37.500%
    COCA 31.250%
    AMSA 26.563%
    ARGOS 25%
    TARZAN 21.875%
  • Explanation
    Statistics for father and mother :
    Coefficient of Relationship between father and mother 1.697%
    Coefficient of Inbreeding of father 0%
    Coefficient of Inbreeding of mother 1.003%
  • Explanation
    Inbred pedigree
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    A word of thanks
    We would like to thank Jacques Le Renard for the algorithms behind this webpage. Jacques has spent many hours perfecting these calculations. Please visit his website E.R.o's Information System