Tip: Gold tinsel
Tail: Barred Mandarin, crimson, & yellow – married, with peacock sword *
Ribbing: Gold tinsel
Body: Rear ½ orange floss, front ½ peacock herl
Wing: Peacock sword topping Crimson, yellow, and barred Mandarin – married **
* Bergman’s written recipe for the Holberton in Trout varies in order from Dr. Burke’s painting on both wing and tail. Adjusted to follow the painting, the tail recipe as shown is: peacock sword topping married crimson, yellow, and barred Mandarin.
** The adjusted wing recipe is: peacock sword topping married barred Mandarin, crimson, and yellow.