When you have a hive that has become queenless
, it is possible to save the hive if you catch it in time.
Dominance hierarchy and reproductive conflicts among subordinates in a monogynous queenless
When August directs Lily to a queenless
hive of bees, she explains, "You have to find a mother inside yourself We all do" (288) More than just emotional self-nourishing, this inner parenting assumes a spiritual comfort as well, for August tells Lily, "Our Lady is not some magical being out there somewhere, like a fairy godmother.
In the queenless
zone, workers soon began laying eggs prolifically, as they do when their queen dies.
In a queenless
hive, bees "are dead and they smell bad," says Gumilev.
Both a queenless
hive and a swarm taking flight make distinct sounds.
Abstract: Survivorship curves and longevity of workers were studied in two queenright and two queenless
colonies of Bombus (Fervidobombus) atratus.
colonies will be adopted by new queens--which provides one explanation why ants have reinfested treated areas and may be related to how polygyne colonies form.
Laying workers usually develop in queenless
Reproductive competition in queenless
honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera L.
When she danced, movement and music seemed queenless
, kingless, fast, democratic--and a bit shocking.
Cell builder: Honey bees will want to raise a queen(s) when queenless
, and accept prepared larvae to start queen cells.