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  • 2 weeks later...

Yeah, in a way I have.  Sometimes, I'd get YKK in my project Xs & I'd breed the females..  

Here's a few of my Xs's offspring;  I call them Bumble Bee Tigers & their my 5th Generation...

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A shot w/Black Tibee & Bumble Bees mixed

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From the 4th generation on they breed true.  Once in a while, I get a Mischling pattern like above.  😪

However, the chance of getting one is now sitting around 1-3% of a hatch. 

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I recently took over someone’s breeding project. He told me he breed green taitibees and ykk. So far a few adults have green head and yellow/orangish tail portion.


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  • 3 months later...

@Tibee Inc Seeing a lot of Tangerine Tiger in those, funny to see it come out so strongly. They look very similar to my 1st and 2nd gen TTxBB.

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