Re: Putting the frames back exactly as they were?
In my opinion, turning a frame 180(?), not much. The bees will deal with it. Now, that said, if it is a frame on the outside edge of the brood nest w/ brood only on one small patch on one side, turning that 180 when temps could drop really low, could result in chilled brood.
Bees can be quite flexible and adaptive. Don't loose a lot of sleep over this. But, putting things back the way you found them is good discipline in more than comb arrangement. Like putting the toilet lid down or closing previously closed gates.
Leave it like you found it. Seems like a pretty good rule. W/in reason.
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