A structure for housing bees, especially honeybees.
He built a special hive,containing only one honeycomb.
Busy Hives Bring in the Money for Commercial Bee-keepers
Back in the hive it is removed by other bees, who may spend hours pasting it over cracks in the hive structure.
Most expensive of all the treasures in a beehive is royal jelly.
He is not worthy of the honeycomb that shuns the hive because the bees have stings.-- William Shakespeare
Kerry Fountain has often found propolis-encased mice in the bottom of his hives.
He played knick knack on my hive,
It is also known in English as "bee glue", since it is used to cover the cracks and fill up tiny gaps in the hive.
It is brought into the hive as pellets on the bees' hind legs.
For the three-week long bloom, beekeepers can hire out their hives for $32 each.
Pollen, the male element of the flower, is fed to young bees in the hive as a high-protein food source.
When scientists turn the hive on its side the bees must dance on a horizontal surface.
He came down holding the hive at arm's length, behind which trailed a cloud of bees.
The development of the modern beehive in 1851 made it possible to design experiments to research the language of honey bees.
Improvement of standar bee-hive and influence on the effect of spring build-up、royal jelly production and transportation (Apis mellifera ligustica)
Second, beekeepers can carry their hives to farmers who need bees to pollinate their crops.
At this time, the beehives are in particular demand by farmers who have almond groves; they need two hives an acre.