Mindian Fantail – commonly extended by the name: Mini Indian Fantail – is a variety that originated in the United States, which was known to have just been developed in the 20th century. This variety is classified as Structure type, informed of the results of crosses from the “fantail” group with other varieties. This variety is only accepted in the National Pigeon Association’s (American) standards. This variety is likely to fly, although it may be in a bad condition. Because the goal of the development is to create an attractive appearance, now this variety has been included in several exhibition events and gained recognition.
indische Pfautaube – Queue de Paon indien – indian Fantail
Ungarische Pfautaube – Queue de Paon Hongrois – Hungarian Fantail – Magyar Páva Galamb
Belgium Fantail – Garden fantail variants
Pfautaube – Queue de Paon – American Fantail
Seldschuke – Seldjoukide – Seldschuk Pigeon – Selçuk güvercini
Syrian fantail – karakand