Anyone interested in photomicrographs of the honeybee should look at:
It is from micscape, a UK microscopy site that I frequent. Just click on the red numbers. I think many would find this interesting.
This same author(not a bee expert) has another set of images: http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/.../insecin1.html
By another author:
If you don't know why cells are hexagonal: http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/artsep98/bees.html
If you happen to know how to propogate varroa (other than an untreated hive) for experimentation please reply to my post in the deseises/pests section.
note image 5a It's similar to what's in the hive and the honeybee on page 137 in the 2003 printing of the 1992 revision.
I draw your attention to this becuase it is my favorite part of the honeybee: a built in antenae cleaner on the leg!