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  1. #1
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    Default Larval stages of Honey bees



    This is actually a shot from last summer. I'm just trying to work out posting pics. You can see the bee in top center feeding the egg..
    Last edited by Eyeshooter; 04-22-2009 at 07:26 PM. Reason: Figuring out how to post images
    7 yrs, 6 hives, TF for 6 years, small cell, moved to OAV this fall.
    www.honeymeadowfarm.com, www.nhbees.wordpress.com

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    Very nice picture their Eyeshooter.
    Mike

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    Thanks, Mike! It was nice of the bees to strike such a nice pose. They are very well trained...

    John
    7 yrs, 6 hives, TF for 6 years, small cell, moved to OAV this fall.
    www.honeymeadowfarm.com, www.nhbees.wordpress.com

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    Thats the best pictures i have seen so far. See new eggs in there too. larva and them capping it off. Great training picture! Kudos!

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    Thank you, Clinton! That's very kind.
    7 yrs, 6 hives, TF for 6 years, small cell, moved to OAV this fall.
    www.honeymeadowfarm.com, www.nhbees.wordpress.com

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    Doesn't seeing that in your hives just make you happy? I love it!
    "The greatest threat is our own staggering ignorance and cavalier treatment of the natural world to which we belong."

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    only thing that could make that piture better if young bee emerging from cell
    Dwayne.S
    Westmoreland N.Y.

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