You design should work. There is no need to take that comb out and try to hair clip it on. You just need an extra spacer before the next bar to try to get them centered again.
Thanks Toadman. I am just trying to get them off to a good, straight start. This seems like it will never be correct, as they were building in 3 different areas, and flipping around to give the correct space didn't seem like it was going to work, we had spacer-spacer, bar, spacer, bar, spacer, spacer…You just need an extra spacer before the next bar to try to get them centered again.
That is Kelley's TBH. They sell it as a kit with the spacers, which are lang top bars with a cleat built in.Looks like you are using kelley Foundationless top bars for a lang.
I don't know the answer to this, but I suspect they do not. I don't think there would be much economy there for the bees to waste time moving eggs, considering how many a queen can lay in a very short period of time. I'm sure they move eggs to clean them out if they are dead, but I can't imagine them moving them once laid into another cell.Do they transport eggs, by any chance?