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ineke

Hi,

can someone please let me know how rillis come about? do they appear spontaneously in cherry colonies? I don't really know anything about them except they look nice.:confused:

Thanks

Ineke

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BlueBolts

Pretty sure it's a genetic mutation - missing altered genes ? This trait also appears with the golden bees...although not stable.

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ineke

Thanks BB ? Do they show up in Cherries though?

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2OFUS
Thanks BB ? Do they show up in Cherries though?

Rilis are a cherry variant/mutation

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ineke
Rilis are a cherry variant/mutation

Thanks for that2OFUS that's what I thought but got thrown about the comment in BB's reply about Golden bees. Duh I've still got so much to learn!!!!

Cheers

Ineke

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2OFUS

Just keep reading and asking questions :)

You'll learn In time

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ineke

Yes it's great to have something to learn about now I'm retired it makes a difference to be able to have an interest to keep my brain active . Poor old chook me!

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BlueBolts
but got thrown about the comment in BB's reply about Golden bees

Sorry ineke, just wanted to demonstrate that the rilli/clear body is not exclusive to the cherries ONLY. :-)

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ineke

That's OK I didn't realise they weren't exclusive to the cherries

cheers

ineke

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OzShrimp
Poor old chook me!

dont be so hard on yourself, you only get finer with age ;) lol

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ineke

I must try and remember that:cheerful:

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CNgo2006
dont be so hard on yourself' date=' you only get finer with age ;) lol[/quote']

Really? I just get more lazy and forgetful!

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