Some articles on brood combs, combs, brood:
... to large peanut-like structures about an inch long that hang from the center or side of the brood combs ... To do this, they remove several brood combs from a healthy hive, taking care to leave the old queen behind ... These combs must contain eggs or larvae less than three days old and covered by young nurse bees, which care for the brood and keep it warm ...
Famous quotes containing the words combs and/or brood:
“Here at the fountains sliding foot,
Or at some fruit-trees mossy root,
Casting the bodys vest aside,
My soul into the boughs does glide:
There, like a bird, it sits and sings,
Then whets and combs its silver wings,
And, till prepared for longer flights,
Waves in its plumes the various light.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)
“You brood of vipers! How can you speak good things, when you are evil?”
—Bible: New Testament, Matthew 12:34.