Is my QUEEN BEE ALIVE and laying? Brood frame closeup examination – beekeeping 101
We take a closeup view of a honeybee frame of brood removed during a beehive inspection from a beekeeper’s apiary. We briefly examine the difference between a drone and a worker bee, and talk about what went wrong when our queen escaped from the brood chamber into our honey supers. This is a continuation of a series of videos on this topic.
The video also shows in more detail the layout of queen eggs, larvae, pupae, both worker bee and drone cells, and how the bees design their layout on a typical brood frame. Honey stores, pollen stores and the brood itself.
We encourage you to look at our earlier videos and specifically a short closeup of the honey bee queen eggs and larvae (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-2E76XaDYk), or alternatively our playlist of CLOSEUPS which has many related and interesting videos (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfE6cWwwWKoiXEp4xSACAmvTHSrweW0nU)
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