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This interesting image shows, the hive preparing to swarm. You can see fresh eggs (D) so, there must be a Queen in the colony, there is developing larvae (A) and yet there are 2 Queen cells (B). There are also drone cells (C).

This interesting image shows the hive preparing to swarm. You can see fresh eggs (D) so, there must be a Queen in the colony, there is developing larvae (A) and yet there are 2 Queen cells (B). There are also drone cells (C).

After a worker bee visits a flower, she brushes pollen gathered on her body down toward her hind legs and packs the pollen to form pollen pants | Instagram by @beesponsible

After a worker bee visits a flower, she brushes pollen gathered on her body down toward her hind legs and packs the pollen to form pollen pants.

This interesting image shows, the hive preparing to swarm. You can see fresh eggs (D) so, there must be a Queen in the colony, there is developing larvae (A) and yet there are 2 Queen cells (B). There are also drone cells (C).

This interesting image shows the hive preparing to swarm. You can see fresh eggs (D) so, there must be a Queen in the colony, there is developing larvae (A) and yet there are 2 Queen cells (B). There are also drone cells (C).