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    just opinion : i think so, why we can't going to kingkongs from female CBS ?

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    could be Taiwan bee a mutation of golden (and not of crs/cbs)? i observed that when Taiwan bee were born from crs, golden were not born. the same happened to my friends that I sold my crs. usually born on 10% of golden.
    Have you seen something similar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotindy View Post
    could be Taiwan bee a mutation of golden (and not of crs/cbs)? i observed that when Taiwan bee were born from crs, golden were not born. the same happened to my friends that I sold my crs. usually born on 10% of golden.
    Have you seen something similar?
    so, maybe we can get a formula for that, Lotindy ?

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    Are there any new findings on Taiwan Bee and Wine Red genetcis from those who keep this shrimps?

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    Default Taiwan Bee crossing results

    Hi, I wonder if we can make a chart of proven Taiwan Bee crossings. This means that only keepers who have had real offspring may contribute their data. Please add constellation of male/female and pattern, if possible.


    • Black Taiwan Bee x Black Taiwan Bee
    • Red Taiwan Bee x Red Taiwan Bee
    • Blue Bolt x Blue Bolt
    • Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black
    • Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Red
    • Red Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black
    • Red Taiwan Bee x Crystal Red
    • F1 Hybrids (from Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black) x F1 Hybrids (from Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black)

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    and so on, whatever was your specific set up. What are your experiences?

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    OK...

    Black Taiwan Bee x Black Taiwan Bee: I had King Kong, Panda and Red Ruby.
    Red Taiwan Bee x Red Taiwan Bee: Offspring not hatched yet, shrimp is berried.
    # Blue Bolt x Blue Bolt: Not tested by myself, but a few others reported pure blue bolt offspring.
    Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black: F1 is mostly Crystal Black BUT there were also some Crystal Reds.
    Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Red: Only Crystal Red Offspring BUT i can not be sure i have not overlooked any blacks.
    # Red Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black: Not tested by myself
    # Red Taiwan Bee x Crystal Red : Not tested by myself
    F1 Hybrids (from Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black) x F1 Hybrids (from Black Taiwan Bee x Crystal Black): Mostly Crystal Blacks, a few reds and of course a few taiwans.

    In my (small) experience, Black Taiwans dominate Red Taiwans, but CBs Hybrids x Red Taiwans can still give red Taiwan Offspring.

    Just my 2 cents. Maybe somebody can confirm or neglect.

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    Excellently posed Imke...

    mighty muffin...this is excellent info. Thank you for sharing your experiences.






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    Anybody else? I will only start my MS Office and make an Excel chart when we have some more data szentygo, novina, minicooper et al...come on!

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    I've got problem with keep juveniles alive. All die in first week. I will try to keep them alive this time. But from crossing male of Red ruby with red hybrid of King kong I got about 75% red rubys, 20 % red crystals and 5 % black crystals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imke_j View Post
    The easiest way is to buy a black King Kong and breed them with the Reds. But red is recessive and over the time, you'll have mostly black TB.
    Why the reds not blacks?

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