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    BKKM, BB, shadow panda, BKK, RKK, pandas, pintos, half-sides, WGB, SRC, orange rilis, bettas, reef.
  1. 4. For me blue bolts were of the same hardness as all others, BKKM, SRC, bees, in pH around 6.0 setup (Amazonia and RO with Salty Shrimp Bee Mineral GH+) in moss tank with mopani wood. One baby hitchhiked on driftwood to rilis tank and survived at pH 7.6 tap water without acclimation. Was returned back when he grew up and was noticed. 1. Not an expert, was a newbie not so long ago, but according to what I have read Taiwan bee is a recessive mutation from the cross-breeding crystals with bees. Taiwan bees x crystals result mischlings, that look like crystals being heterozygote. Not keeping them too. 2. Could only guess, pH 6.5 substrate, both have to adapt. Here is a post of a breeder who did that, with his water parameters. 3. Can't say for sure, but had pinto looking shrimp in mixed BKKM and BB colony after several generations.
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