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    Re: Will hives accept other bees?

    The africanized bees I have experience with are dark bees. What happens to me is I have a hive of cordovan bees, light colored, gentle and one day I notice very dark bees in the hive and later...
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    Re: Will hives accept other bees?

    Or the dark bees are Africanized and they just usurped the lighter colored hive. If you get more and more dark bees this is what you have.
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    Re: Questionable store bought honey

    Some of it is crystallizing and sinking to the bottom, not a problem. Put it in some hot water and it will redissolve.
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    Re: Powder Paraffin for Votive Candles

    With all due respect, what does his have to do with bees?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Votive_candle
  5. Re: Any reason to NOT insert OA vaporizer in oil pan space?

    That's the way I've been doing it, seems to work just fine. I don't notice any clogging of the screen. I move mine all around when vaporizing though.
  6. Re: More Musings about Beekeeping with Africanized Bees

    Very interesting Tomas, thanks for taking the time to share your experiences! I'll look forward to your future blogging.
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    Re: Aggressive Queen

    So this drippyness is bothering you somehow? And they sting at will. What kind of protective clothing were you using? Smoke them well? Where did you acquire this package?
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    Re: The EpiPen and you.

    No absolute contraindications...
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    Re: The EpiPen and you.

    I repeat "There are NO absolute contraindications to epinephrine use in anaphylaxis."
    I may not give a dose in the field, or I might choose to give a smaller dose but if a person is dying of true...
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    Re: Ideas for keeping cool in a full suit?

    I just bought a Polar Products cooling neck and spine wrap that has packs of frozen water. Haven't had a chance to really try it out yet....
  11. Thread: overheating

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    Re: overheating

    Open feeding promotes robbing. Get something that does help, a robber screen.
    http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k261/dynemd/Roobers.jpg
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    Re: The EpiPen and you.

    "Agents that may be given as adjunctive therapies to epinephrine in the treatment of anaphylaxis include H1 antihistamines, H2 antihistamines, bronchodilators, and glucocorticoids (e.g. prednisone)....
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    Re: The EpiPen and you.

    "There are NO absolute contraindications to epinephrine use in anaphylaxis.
    Patients with cardiovascular diseases: Reluctance to administer epinephrine due to fear of adverse cardiac effects should...
  14. Thread: Is this normal?

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    Re: Is this normal?

    Upright
    http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k261/dynemd/image.jpg
  15. Thread: Hive stands

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    Re: Hive stands

    They're called Aluminum Dunnage Racks http://www.webstaurantstore.com/24817/aluminum-dunnage-racks.html
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    Re: Will ants eat honey out of uncapped comb?

    The smaller argentine ants we have around here can't get honey from capped comb. These are the little ones though like these ones eating a beetle....
  17. Thread: Is this normal?

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    Re: Is this normal?

    Scorpionmain-
    That looks like a picture of my hive swarming, they all crawled onto the top and I hived them 5 feet away, still there....
  18. Thread: epepen

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    Re: epepen

    "Agents that may be given as adjunctive therapies to epinephrine in the treatment of anaphylaxis include H1 antihistamines, H2 antihistamines, bronchodilators, and glucocorticoids (e.g. prednisone)....
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    Re: epepen

    An anti-histamine like Benadryl is a fine way to treat itches and hives if that is the only problem and the person is not progressing on to more serious symptoms in the lungs, throat and heart such...
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    Re: epepen

    "About one-half of patients who die as a result of Hymenoptera-induced anaphylaxis did not know that they had an allergy"
    Up-To-Date "Bee, yellow jacket, wasp, and other Hymenoptera stings: Reaction...
  21. Thread: epepen

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    Re: epepen

    As far as a physician being open to prescribing the Epi-pen I think they would only need to weigh the benefits verses the risks involved. What if they refused the request and then the patient died of...
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    Re: epepen

    Technically I doubt it is entirely legal to administer epinephrine that was prescribed to you, to another individual. That being said you can only use it if you have it. So if someone goes into...
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    Re: Is this a hornet's nest?

    Yellow jackets or paper wasps, they can sting if bothered.
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    Re: epepen

    EpiPens are expensive, the cheapest I've seen are about $190 for two if you don't have any insurance coverage. To acquire them at this price you must get a coupon from GoodRx LINK and type...
  25. Re: Had alergeric reaction, how concerned should I be?

    Nowhere did I use the term systemic, but I do know the difference between a "localized" reaction and a generalized one. "Hives all over the body is clearly generalized .
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