Tuesday 23 April 2019

Two Queen Bees in One Hive!

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Channel: Phil Chandler - Barefoot Beekeeper  

Supercedure is the process by which honeybees replace a failing queen. A queen cell is built - usually just one - most often in a recess in the middle of a comb. When the new queen emerges, she will mate and begin laying eggs while her mother is still alive and the two queens will often work together for a few weeks until the old queen is no longer viable, when her workers will cease to feed her.

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