Two bottom quarks, one hidden by, and one adajacent to, muon.
Looking carefully at this image it can be seen that the muon at 5:00 eclipses a bottom quark and that a second bottom quark is directly adjacent to another muon at 10:00.
Is this a computer artifact or did the particles really diverge this way?
I'd be really intrigued to hear the comments on this one.
That is one cool system, but I believe you are right with the way you have called it. There does appear to be blue bar hiding behind the 5:00