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TermDefinition
SuperHolds a number of sections or frames and is placed above the brood chamber
 
SupersedureReplacing of the old queen with a young one by honey bees
 
SwarmPrime, First, Top - names for first swarms Cast, Afterswarm - names for second swarms. A swarm is a collection of bees with a queen which leaves the main hive to form a new colony
 
Swarm seasonThe period from May to July when bees will swarm
 
ThoraxThe part of the bee between the head and abdomen to which the legs and wings are attached
 
TupRam
 
UnitingThe joining together of two colonies to make one
 
VealMeat from calves of less than 15 weeks old
 
WattlesThe hangy-down bits, normally red, under a chicken's beak.
 
Wax mothA moth that bores holes through the honeycomb, causing damage
 
Winter ClusterThe way that the bees cluster together in the hive during the cold winter months.
 
YearlingAn animal between one and two years old
 


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