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Honeybee brood chambers
Honeybee queens lay eggs into honey-comb cells. The new bees develop and chew out of the cell when mature. In winter laying stops and the cells are empty. This is an empty brood frame built by bees from their wax.
|Photo Location:||Shrewsbury, United Kingdom|
|Copyright:||© Mark Prescott|