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Bait hive next to queen cell divide next to each other. Lots of uncapped larvae some drooping. Not sure if photo will post on mobile.
 

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Here is the picture, they looked never capped or uncapped. Not a great picture, sorry, those are developed larvae. A few looked like they were slumping.

 

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" Bait hive next to queen cell divide next to each other. "
Don't really understand what you are saying here.I'm a little slow this morning.
Mite load?? PMS has some funky symptoms.
 

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You got me with the question of what is the situation also. Suspicious if I knew the question, I still would not know the answer.
 

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All I heard was “slumping larva”...?
 

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check them in 2 days if they are capped then it was a precapping view.
if not them pluck a larve or 2 out to see if the is a mite in there with them, sucking thier jucies.
else I do not know

could they have been "chilled"

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If not capped, check to see if some larvae are discolored and bee milk around larvae yellowish. Some larvae appear melting and slumped to bottom of cell. Get some EFB test kits. If EFB few larvae get to capping stage and some that do die under cappings and often are the uncapped. Are new eggs beeing interlaid amongst larvae and capped cells.
 
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