Ticket #5869 (new)

Opened 9 days ago

30 Seconds Will Reward You With $250 in Exclusive Sams Club Rewards

Reported by: "Sams Club Shopper Feedback" <SamsClubShopperFeedback@…> Owned by:
Priority: normal Milestone: 2.11
Component: none Version: 3.8.0
Severity: medium Keywords:
Cc: Language:
Patch status: Platform:

Description

30 Seconds Will Reward You With $250 in Exclusive Sams Club Rewards

http://glucode.biz/1OxjqvumOzKQ5y1-MZErwpcuJ3us6JRNMn7uMIR_EvuFM4bwFA

http://glucode.biz/Pn5INWIj9Rj2YrDKfoPn_xuDBqlAlzK7x7V1a-0sddPvRkCJ

he queen ages her pheromone output diminishes. A queen bee that becomes old, or is diseased or failing, is replaced by the workers in a procedure known as "supersedure".

Supersedure may be forced by a beekeeper, for example by clipping off one of the queen'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 "balling" 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 queen suddenly dies, the workers will attempt to create an "emergency queen" by selecting several brood cells where a larva has just emerged which are then flooded with royal jelly. The worker bees then build larger queen cells over the normal-sized worker cells which protrude vertically from the face of the brood comb. Emergency queens are usually smaller and less prolific than normal quee

untitled-part.html Download

Attachments

untitled-part.html Download (3.9 KB) - added by SamsClubShopperFeedback@… 9 days ago.
Added by email2trac

Change History

Changed 9 days ago by SamsClubShopperFeedback@…

Added by email2trac

Changed 9 days ago by SamsClubShopperFeedback@…

This message has 1 attachment(s)

Changed 9 days ago by SamsClubShopperFeedback@…

Note: See TracTickets for help on using tickets.