A Bee Being Born

1 Jul

More from THE PAST.  Today (read back to June 19th) when I took the nuc apart that I’d been trying to situate, the frame that I tossed out for robbing that was mostly nectar had some brood in it, and while I was watching…it HATCHED!

20130619-192110.jpgSee the chewed capping in the middle of that cluster?

20130619-192100.jpgMaybe hard to see, but the whitish thing in the middle is a new bee crawling out of her cell.

SO COOL!

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