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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Villa Rica, Ga

    Default Two swarms in one location.

    I witnessed one of my hives swarm. I watched them collect in a pine tree to high to retrieve. Then about 15 minutes later, the hive next to the original hive swarmed and collected in the same location resulting in a very large swarm. Has anyone else ever seen this? Will the swarm become one and kill one of the queens? Or maybe leave at two different times? I just wish it was not to high to obtain. I have multiple nucs in the area with lemon grass oil in it. They never seem to like my swarm lures.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Rockford, MI

    Default Re: Two swarms in one location.

    As long as the queens don't find each other they will not rip each other apart.
    Schawee (on youtube) found five queens in one swarm.


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