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    Default Golden white Bee

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    I am curious about this color morph,I have heard that they donīt get as big as normal redbees is that true.Also woundering about the genetics what happens if you cross them with red bee?

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    Do you mean snow or golden crs?

    The all white genes is recessive to red. If you cross with CRS, you will still get crs, maybe the grade is a bit better, largely depending on the genes of the snow/golden. Color wise, generally speaking, they will not be as good as crs x crs.

    That's why now, in Asia, hobbyists are going after Pure Red Line CRS, they go for the depth of red, rather then the patterns with large portion of white.

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    Not realy sure what the difference is between snow and golden is ?
    But I guess it is the golden I was thinking of what happens in the
    F2 generation do you get 25% all white or it is a pollygenetict trait.

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    Not much difference between golden or snow, golden is a bit yellowish, snow is whiter. They are the same thing, just like crs, some can look more yellow then others.

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