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Beehive/Honeycomb removal  - Apis mellifera

Beehive/Honeycomb removal - Apis mellifera
Sarasota County, Florida, USA
September 6, 2010
This removal started two weeks ago. There are still alot left. Apparently we don't have the queen,yet. I think the hive is also in the wall of my garage. Due to the awareness of CCD, the bees are being relocated to Myakka. The honey is great!

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Great set of photos! Where were the bees located? Tell us more about this.

 
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Thank you much. Located on the north wall of my garage. There are two hollow vertical beams alongside the window. I thought this was a new swarm. The opposite beam has had bees in it for the past three years. I figured they needed a place to live(CCD?). That one will be opened after we collect all the bees from the beam in the posted pics. Its looking like some drywall removal. O well, its been interesting and I love honey. I'm wondering if anyone here would be interested in more pics of what we find. Its nowhere near over.

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