The Killer Bee is another exciting combo morphs to come along. Developed in 2002 by NERD it was as a result of crossing a Bumble Bee with a Pastel Jungle. The resulting mutation once again took the positive attributes of both morphs and combined them to make a Super Pastel Spider.
The cross took the yellow of the Super Pastel Jungle and brightened it even more and the pattern of the Spider was blushed. The result was eye-popping and truly one of the most beautiful morphs creations to date.
The yellow on the Killer Bee isn't as rich as it is on some of the nicer Bumble Bees but it appears to be cleaner without the traditional dark backing that is inherited from Pastel Jungles. It's more of a softer look that is very pleasing to the eye and when the day comes that people are buying these as pets, I predict that Killer Bees will certainly be one of the popular favorites.
The Killer Bee is a deadly animal to have in your breeding arsenal. When bred to normal females you will produce 50% Bumble Bees and 50% Pastels. When you cross it into other mutations it gets even more exciting. Imagine the possibilities!
The pictures to the right give you examples of a good cross section of Killer Bees.