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Color Genetics Guide
Black is a color layer. You can't "produce them". Their parents must be black. There are a few blacks; melamo (infertile female), black lace, black orchid, black copper, black dragon (not really black) and super black.
Black melano is said to be the "true" black because it has more black pigments compared to other blacks. Lace and orchid can be produced from black x irid crosses. While Super black is said to be from a copper line (melano x copper)
White is a "created" color. It is very hard to maintain (clear, clean white) so it is best to breed white to white. It was created from cambodian x irid. You will need the Non Red (NR) and blond genes from the cambodian and the steel blue from the irid. I'm not sure in what generation whites come out, but they don't immediately arise from any caambodian x irid crosses.
DO NOT mix black nor white to any red because that will ruin the main colors and turn it into multi combinations. Because of it's background, you will probably produce cambodian patterns anyway.
If you want to breed for shows, listen to everyone above, they know what they are talking about and will help you achieve goals in as few generations as possible.