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    Quote Originally Posted by hyoushoku View Post
    I have yet to achieve the pattern of Pinto. Thus, may not be able to advise you which path to go.

    Based on my experience and on the breeding theory, F1 should have 100% Tiger and 0% Taiwan Bee. This is due to the common denominator of both gene. That's why, F1 will look very ugly. By the way, Pinto shrimp does exhibit more Tiger behaviour than Taiwan Bee (such as digging substrate deeply and the blue hue is like Blue/Black Diamond instead of Black Kong Kong). Thus, I am suspecting they may need to keep breeding back with Blue/Black Diamond to get the full blue color first and after that, inter-breed to get more white.

    For me right now, I'm crossing Blue & Black Diamond with Blue Both Mosura and Black King Kong. Not sure what the final result I can get. Furthermore, I'm not those hardcore breeder, I just let nature take it's course with occasional selective breeding. Maybe I will let you know the result few months to a year later.
    Currently in Vietnam there is one of the members of the China hybrid cross between a male Tiger (female bee shrimps) for the Tibee. Lai to life f5, f6 Tibee they get crossed with the male (female TWB) is just one cross saw the emergence of Pinto.
    I want to go to another they upgrade the final version to see what direction than standard.
    Thanks for your sharing.

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    Interesting... In theory, F6 Tibee with Taiwan Bee will get F1 or F2 appearance.

    Let me know in future when you successfully breed them.

    By the way, just to show you the look of F1, below are the picture a male and a female:
    photo 2.JPGphoto 1.JPG

    Like I mentioned, it will look very ugly in the beginning and you need patient to breed out better patterns.

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    F1 teams of young so I did not shoot, I shoot back some day send you see.
    Thank you for sending pictures to share.

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