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Spent a couple of hours, taking my time and really enjoying the day. Took the time to take a few pics as well.

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First pic is of capped brood. Second pic is of frame number 2, she had brood way out on the outermost frames.

Pictures below are of the culprit. She was walking on capped honey trying to find empty cells to lay in. I found eggs in any cell that didn't have pollen or nectar in it, she was everywhere.

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This was one of those days where all the surprises were good ones. :mrgreen:
 

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She's a beautiful lady and produced a lovely brood pattern. Keep her happy and she'll keep making you happy surprises.
 

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This was one of those days where all the surprises were good ones. :mrgreen:
Love those days:grin: Great looking lady:thumbsup:
 
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