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 {{bees:​apiaristchest_gui.png}} {{bees:​apiaristchest_gui.png}}
  
-The chest displays the bee's primary species on top, and below it several Question Marks (%3F). Each question mark represents a possible mutation when the species is crossed with another, while the colour of the mark denotes how rare the mutation is. Green have the highest chance of a mutation occurring when two species cross, while yellow and red marks represent uncommon and rarer mutations. Once a mutation is discovered, the question mark changes to an Exclamation Point (!) and an icon representing the other species will appear beneath.+The chest displays the bee's primary species on top, and below it several Question Marks (?). Each question mark represents a possible mutation when the species is crossed with another, while the colour of the mark denotes how rare the mutation is. Green have the highest chance of a mutation occurring when two species cross, while yellow and red marks represent uncommon and rarer mutations. Once a mutation is discovered, the question mark changes to an Exclamation Point (!) and an icon representing the other species will appear beneath.
  
 If a bee is not a purebred and has been analyzed, the secondary species will appear as well, with its own set of mutation markers. If a bee is not a purebred and has been analyzed, the secondary species will appear as well, with its own set of mutation markers.
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 === Analyzer === === Analyzer ===
  
-The [[bees:tools:​analyzer|Analyzer]] is a variant of the Beealyzer, which will automatically analyze bees using Liquid Honey. While they are not able to provide specifics of the bee's genome to an apiarist, they add the possibility for automation to your beekeeping system.+The [[breeding:​analyzer|Analyzer]] is a variant of the Beealyzer, which will automatically analyze bees using Liquid Honey. While they are not able to provide specifics of the bee's genome to an apiarist, they add the possibility for automation to your beekeeping system.
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