So, from what I can tell, anything that is formed from heavier flavors of particles (strange/charm quark, top/bottom quark, muons, taus, etc.) is incredibly unstable, to the point of top quarks only ever being observed indirectly through its decay products. Anyway, I was wondering, is this the same for stuff formed from the antiparticle counterparts of the aforementioned particles? If hadrons, or even atoms were to form from these specific antiparticles, would they last longer, shorter, or about the same miniscule amount of time? p.s. Sorry if my terminology is incorrect, I had to look several of these terms just to ask this question and I'm still not failiar with them.