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No doubt about it, these are swarm cells. First the bees built an extra comb between two larger combs. Then they proceeded to build swarm cells along the ...

If not fed a special diet the honey bee egg or larva will emerge from a much smaller cell to live about 40 days rather than the several years the queen will ...

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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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Queen cells always point downward. They look just like a peanut textured finger pointing down. If you tip the frame upside down you can look inside and ...

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... bees–bees in the middle of the cluster rarely sting–apply gentle smoke to those on the periphery. Look at their “faces”–if they are looking at you, ...


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... spot on them - this allows beekeepers to spot any new queens in their colony, and it also makes her a lot easier to see when inspecting the hive. Part 4

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Cordovan queen: Cordovan bees are Italian (Apis mellifera ligusitica)bees that have been selected for the single recessive gene that determines the cordovan ...

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The honey bee queen is the largest of the bees in a honey bee (Apis mellifera) colony, measuring around 2 cm - that's about twice the length of a worker ...

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Early spring: The queen bee starts to lay eggs in August. The honey stores in the hive will be running low after the winter because – despite the emergence ...

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Though I didn't see any during the last inspection two weeks ago, I wasn't worried because it was early days. I've left the hives alone since then with ...

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Nurse bees tend to a pair of queen larvae, growing inside the peanut-shaped cells made especially for them by the workers. (Courtesy Edwards Apiary/by Holly ...

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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.