Just checked my hives and found one that had a pupa at the entrance. Looked like a worker was trying to drag it back in but finally gave up. It's been raining hard but the temp is around 85 degrees. Any thoughts or insight?
This hive is doing great and I just added another super because they were filling it so fast. Thats why I can't figure out why the pupa was at the entrance. It was one single pupa so maybe it just was a freak incident?
Don't know how deep you went into the hive before you added the super, but is it possible that you might have damaged a capped cell on a frame? Could have been inadvertent but would explain the behavior.
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