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In the photo above, the bees have accepted the queen. In the photo below, they have not, and are attempting to “ball” the queen and cook her.
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If you see emergency queen cells with a larva and jelly inside, you have likely lost the queen–either requeen or allow the colony 25 days to requeen itself.