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    Post Differences between Brunn and Borreby

    Borreby and Brunn are the U.P. types. What are the differences between these two types ? I know both are very robust and have light eyes generally, combined to a sqared face. Although i ignore the differences between them.

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    Post Re: BRUNN - BORREBY : difference

    The Brunn is typically lightish brown haired (often red), while the Borreby is typically golden blond. The Borreby forehead is higher and a little more protruding (I think), the nose tending more to concavity and upturned tip; Brunn orbits are fairly low (sloping downward somewhat, toward the sides of the face), Borreby more level. And of course the Borreby is brachycephalic, as opposed to the meso- or dolichocephaly of the Brunn.
    Brunn face (together with the forehead) has a parallel-sided appearance, while that of the Borreby is more undulating.

    Other Borreby features which I don't think are shared with Brunns include a tendency to pronounced baldness and to hairiness; and also the eyes have a sort of prominent or bulging look.
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    Post Re: BRUNN - BORREBY : difference

    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic Tiger
    Borreby and Brunn are the U.P. types. What are the differences between these two types ? I know both are very robust and have light eyes generally, combined to a sqared face. Although i ignore the differences between them.
    Borreby is bracycephalic and hypsicephalic, and Brünn is dolichocephalic and chamaecephalic.






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    Post Re: BRUNN - BORREBY : difference

    Basically what was said.

    Brunns are more rufous less bracycephalic and in general are more rugged and less rounded.

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