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Photo#453951
capture the queen - Apis mellifera

capture the queen - Apis mellifera
Sarasota County, Florida, USA
September 11, 2010

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How does that queen trap work?
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captured bees
What the image shows is the result of vacuuming up the hive. This was the third time. The bee collectors were fairly certain they caught a queen. The bees on the outside were wanting to get inside the bucket. This collection bucket was between the nozzle and the shop vac.

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