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14<div style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:7px;">ung virgin queen has a limited time to mate. If she is unable to fly for several days because of bad weather and remains unmated, she will become a &quot;drone layer.&quot; Drone-laying queens usually signal the death of the colony, because the workers have no fertilized (female) larvae from which to raise worker bees or a replacement queen. Supersedure may be forced by a beekeeper, for example by clipping off one of the queen&#39;s middle or posterior legs. This makes her unable to properly place her eggs at the bottom of the brood cell; the workers detect this and then rear replacement queens. When a new queen becomes available, the workers kill the reigning queen by &quot;balling&quot; her, clustering tightly around her. Death through balling is accomplished by surrounding the queen and raising her body temperature, causing her to overheat and die. Balling is often a problem for beekeepers attempting to introduce a replacement queen. If a
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