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Hive frames
Hive frames are essential elements which on one hand provide a support for the bee colony for the construction of the combs and on the other hand a place to store the honey which will then be collected by the beekeeper. These removable wooden or plastic frames are placed in the hive that houses the colony of foraging bees. The beekeeper attaches a sheet of embossed wax to them to promote the work of cell building and the production of honeycombs. On the hive frame in this photo, we can see the darker cells of the brood in the center and the white capped honey on the periphery.
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