Is that frame upside down?One should always have top bar up in pictures unless stated otherwise.
Im woondering what the yellow objects are in other cells. Scale?
The picture is fuzzy.If it was more clear we might be able to say crystalized honey.
If you look closely, you can see the maturing larvae in the process of dying. Looks like what I would call PMS, parasitic mite syndrome. I don't know if its sacbrood or chalkbrood, but the turning up 'heads' of the larvae looks like early stages of one of those diseases.
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