RE: Unexplained Honeybee Behavior - Short Video

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Unexplained Honeybee Behavior - Short Video

in bees •  2 years ago 

Bearding is the usual behavior associated with conditions in the hive that are too hot, humid, or crowded. Bearding bees pile on top of each other and hold almost completely still. Washboarding bees are spaced out at uniform intervals and move up and down rhythmically.
You might be right, though. They may be caused by the same conditions.

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