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    I donīt know anything about this shrimp, but is the paradigm of "no colour"+ Taiwan that we are talking IMHO.
    I hope that we can see more and more shrimps like this in the future.
    Regards.

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    This is refreshing to hear. I have a lot of clear F1 in the tank.
    I can't wait till they old enough to breed

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohbaby714 View Post
    This is refreshing to hear. I have a lot of clear F1 in the tank.
    I can't wait till they old enough to breed
    Clear F1? What are you referring too?

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    Yes, I keep my bkk/panda with Crystal white bees, the f1 are clear.

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    Please let us know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedfordshire View Post
    Ive been breeding Wine Reds, ruby reds, king kongs & pandas for a while now with 100% success rate on survival. Im now interested in trying something new like blue bolts: I'm interested to breed blue bolts without using blue bolts. Is it possible?

    Is this correct: breed a bluish panda or KK with snow white, the cross back the F1 snow whites carrying the the Taiwan bee gene with the pandas or KK again with possibility of blue bolts babies?

    Or am I totally wrong?

    Also is it better to use pandas, KK or extreme KK to breed from?
    KKPD x snow white = F1
    F1 x KKPD = some BB

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    Yes, I keep my bkk/panda with Crystal white bees, the f1 are clear.
    Any news on those shrimps?

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    I officially have that cross...be a month to see what they hail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfa Shrimps View Post
    Best way is low grade Snow x Panda, because high grade Snow are so white and blue is very light in BB.
    I have BB with deep white they looks great but blue is so weak, so I have Low grade Snow and now my BB looks les white but the blue is more intense.
    In the other hand from the cross betwen Panda/Red Wine x Snow you can get hinomaru Panda/ Red wine,really awesome little things !!!
    I think the best BB is the one who the white is almost zero and the whole body looks entirely blue.
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    I have had a few of these all blue BB mixed in with different groups . I wonder if that trait can be bred for or if it is just a random happening or a trait that seldom is expressed . It appears the white is entirely gone and the blue is somewhat transparent . And the blue is no longer a powdery coating on the shell but evenly saturated all over the shrimp . I kept one of those and have offspring that are the same but did send the parent on to another breeder . I will seperate the young and see if a higher percentage occur . Or does someone already know that ? Also Trying to select the brighter thicker whites for better blue coverage as that is also a very interesting type with a dense powdery blue that is opaque . I think the future holds many interesting variations of BB or at least hope so . Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by reefdive View Post
    I have had a few of these all blue BB mixed in with different groups . I wonder if that trait can be bred for or if it is just a random happening or a trait that seldom is expressed . It appears the white is entirely gone and the blue is somewhat transparent . And the blue is no longer a powdery coating on the shell but evenly saturated all over the shrimp . I kept one of those and have offspring that are the same but did send the parent on to another breeder . I will seperate the young and see if a higher percentage occur . Or does someone already know that ? Also Trying to select the brighter thicker whites for better blue coverage as that is also a very interesting type with a dense powdery blue that is opaque . I think the future holds many interesting variations of BB or at least hope so . Thanks
    Can you show a picture of what you mean?

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