Well, as for the butterfly, I know that he carries normal red, even though he doesn't show any red at all. His offspring with the yellow female are multi butterflies, half of them turquoise and half blue.
The piebald is completely unknown.
Maybe I'll let them decide. I'll divide one of my 2.5 gallons in three, put the female in the middle, and a male on each end. Whoever makes the best nest/shows the most interest, wins.
I reserve the right to decide by other, arbitrary means if I so choose
I also have this dude. I like him a lot, but I don't want to throw that red back into a nice blue female.
And then there's this guy. At first I thought he was a bit too small for her, but he's really growing on me, and it might be worth giving him a shot. He's got a wavy ray in the middle of his caudal, but has nice spread even when he's not flaring fully.