Common Winged Dragon, Dragonis terribilis, comes in 6 colours: green, blue, brown, white, bronze, and gold. These colours are controlled by the five alleles. The sixth colour is produced by the blend of two genes, brown and green, to create bronze.
Among the alleles, brown and green are codominant, masking the effect of other three alleles. Blue is recessive to brown and green, but dominant over gold and white. Gold is dominant to white, but recessive to green, blue, and brown. White is totally recessive. White dragons are rare since the double dose of white scale colour as well affects size and reproductive capacity. White dragons are sterile and dwarf.