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Her Majesty - The Queen Bee
Description: All about bees, beekeeping and honey.

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Clip #: MF-7
Length: 5:53
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Region: North America
Country: United States
Subject: Agriculture
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1950s, orange groves, apiary, beekeeper smoking beehive, bee smoker, beekeeper handling hive with bees calmed from smoker, swarm of female worker bees, honey bearer bee, honey bearer’s tongue gathering honey from flower, bee’s stinger, queen bee, hive, queen bee’s stinger, drone bee, egg laid by queen bee, larva, larvae, nurse bees, wax bees, larva surrounded by jelly food, royal jelly, larva showing signs of life, larva spun in cocoon, beehive nursery separate from honey storage area, baby bee eating her way through birth chamber wall, bee swarm, breeding queen bees, beekeeper's hand removing larvae from hive cell and transplanting to artificial cell, artificial cells placed upside down in frame, beekeeper placing frame in nursery hive and covering it, hosts of builder bees swarming on cell, nurse bees delivering royal jelly distilled with essence of flowers as food, queen bee cell after five days, worker bees swarming on cell to provide warmth, cell finished and sealed after 10 days, newborn queen bee, orange tree, orange tree blossoms, bees at work making honey


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