Imagine my surprise when I cut into the first queen cell, and it was empty! A few had what looked like dried out eggs or tiny dried larvae, but nothing that even looked like a pupa. The bees weren't interested in removing them either, which was even more curious. What gives here? I have no clue!
In any case, my problem of what to do has been solved for me.
|Three queen cells that I removed. I was going to film them like a wrapping video,|
but two of them got opened as they got jostled around on their way into the house.
Today was another 90+ degree day. However, with top entrances, both Peach and Hippolyte look much, much cooler.