>Honestly I don't think you understand the difference between a gram positive and a gram negative bacteria
Yes, I do know the difference. I have 12 semester hours of college biology. I have done gram stains. But that wasn't my point.
>let alone the metabolic benefits of half the good bacteria you listed.
I have no idea the benefits of all of them, but I found them listed as normal flora and fauna in a bee hive and in a bee gut and they seemed like a good starting point to research the question. But it seems like anything that naturally lives in a healthy bee and hive would help displace things that shouldn't live in a healthy bee and hive.
>You included fungi and infectious spores - those are not probiotic in nature
Yes. They are probiotic in nature. One of the fungi that causes Stonebrood (Aspergillus fumigatus) kills Nosema. The fungus that causes Chalkbrood (Ascosphaera apis) kills EFB.
> clearly a demonstrations that you are merely flooding us in an attempt to overwhelm and hope we stray from the topic.
I was hoping you'd have some leads to research the topic.