The term Honeybound is debateable at BEST. I describe it as packing the entire broodnest with pollen and nectar. I have had that happen 3 times this year and they have ALL superceded the queen because of it. I have changed my husbandry habits because of it that is for SURE. So, call it what you want. Some here refer to the honey along the edges as a honeydome too. When i found my very first split, now in 3 meds, completely "honeybound" there were NO cells available in the broodnest and they had indeed off'd my best queen, and were in the midst of requeening. on one egg in the 2nd medium......welp, it worked and they now have another great laying sister. I watch mine once a week when the flow is on. Right now, our flow has ended for the most part. They are bringing in some exceptionally dark nectar though. I am excited to see what happens with it!!