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An Educational Display of Clay Beehives of the Stingless Trigona Bees (Scaptotrigona) Puebla State Photographic Print by Eric Tourneret - Al.

Un rucher familial traditionnel pour abeilles trigones au Mexique

Un rucher familial traditionnel pour abeilles trigones au Mexique

This Yemeni honey is harvested twice a year, at $200.00 per kilogram, from bees who eat only the pollen of the holy Sidr tree

This Yemeni honey is harvested twice a year, at $200.00 per kilogram, from bees who eat only the pollen of the holy Sidr tree

Melipona Domestica:It has been remarked that a skillful workman, with fitting tools and measures, would find it very difficult to make cells of wax of the true form, though this is perfectly effected by a crowd of bees working in a dark hive.

Strathcona Beekeepers is a site devoted to bees and beekeeping. Included is an extensive and free Beekeepers Library and Bee Video Library.

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I know you know that one of my favorite transferware patterns is Rural Scenes. Whether its red, purple, black, brown,.

Transhumance au Yémen: ruches en route pour Tihama (bee hives being transported)

These hives look very small and are most likely nucleus hives which are used to raise new queens either for sale to beekeepers or to put in hives that need queens

circa 1956 - Bee Market at Veenendaal, Netherlands - Beekeepers from the neighboring countryside are gathering skeps on a farm near Veenendaal, making preparations for one of the oldest and largest bee markets in Europe.

Bee skeps at bee market, Veenendaal, Netherlands, 1956 Read more…

Opening a bee skep

That is one amazing skep and hive. Norbert Paplau, skep by Gunther Manuche

History is rife with lost knowledge and traditions whose meaning has blurred with the passage of time. I believe the ‘Bee’ is one such trad...

Bee Bearding – the ancient custom of creating a bond between Bee and Beekeeper

Freed from the confines of a beekeeper's square frame and artificial wax foundation, bees naturally build combs in U-shaped panels.

Artificial Yellow Freed from the confines of a beekeeper's square frame and artificial wax foundation, bees naturally build combs in U-shaped panels.

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