The first phase in the bee life cycle, usually laid by the queen, is the cylindrical egg 1/16 in (1.6 mm) long; it is enclosed with a flexible shell or chorion.
A notched wooden strip used to regulate the size of the bottom entrance.
A board having one or more bee escapes in it; used to remove bees from supers.
Honey removed from combs by means of a centrifugal force; the combs remain intact.
A small metal piece fitting into the wire-holes of a frame's end bar; used to keep the reinforcing wires from cutting into the wood.