I know we have changed the subject here -- and I sent you an email with the information on your beautiful girl. There is probably not a single pedigree that goes back to an ALC that does not have an "unknown" factor, thus ... when I give F generations, it's the highest F generation the cat can have in case an UNKNOWN down the pedigree is a lower generation. My database has thousands of unknown bengals. And once you start with a cats named Feliz and SnowTops Snowflake which nobody knows whether they are an ALC or a bengal -- you can already start off on the wrong track. TICA registers cats and does list "unknowns" for parents. We are talking in the early days of the bengal when registering the cats had just started. Many were registered incorrectly.
I always try to research the unknowns and most of the time, there simply isn't any information out there that will help me. I've contacted breeders and 99% of them do not seem interested in replying. Now that the F generations are getting into the F12's, they don't care any more what F generation their kittens are.
It is really difficult to find much information on Australian bengals. Beckett and Tijah are major breeders, however, Australia just passed a law against the importation of ANY bengal, period, into Australia. This means the breeders are going to have to exchange their sires to prevent major imbreeding of the litters.