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Right in the centre of the pic.
 

Black Comb 

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Nice pic.

Often see it as if the queen lays up to 1500 eggs per day 3 weeks later about 1500 will hatch out.

Always fascinating to watch those cuddly little ones emerge.
 

kazmcc 

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Every time I've been to inspection, I've seen a bee coming out of her cell. I think they do this especially for me :D As a new beek, I have never seen anything like it. Wonderful picture.
 

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breakout

well - at peak of the season there'll be one emerging every minute so as long as you know which frame has most of your oldest capped brood on it you should have a fairly good chance of spotting this if you're patient!
 

freethorpe bees 

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Aah that's sweet Dishmop. Hope you wetted the baby's head with Roy's of Wroxham's finest scrumpy!

:cheers2:
 
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Aah that's sweet Dishmop. Hope you wetted the baby's head with Roy's of Wroxham's finest scrumpy!

:cheers2:
Saving that for the 40's weekend at Sherringham.....
 

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