Found a bee walking in the apiary yesterday with a twisted wing. Not sure if the one I saw today was the same, but I brought her in and took her picture. I was concerned enough to drag into my bee meeting last night, looking like maybe these were the jeans I crawled around under the foundation in (in truth muddy dog did that but doing data entry for taxes does not require clean jeans), only to bump into Lee Burough and quiz him on IPM most ineffectually. His answers were much more concise than my questions. I did not do IPM this year, as my bees had a brood break of at least 3 to 4 weeks in May/June as I had pulled their comb, honey, brood and all to treat EFB more effectively. I do not have sticky boards under my sbb's, and at the moment it is cloudy and the IRS wants me, so I will be putting them tomorrow. I have not had a varroa problem as my location is somewhat isolated from other bees, and they have to catch them somewhere. When the inspector came out we went through 4 hives to find a varroa mite, on a drone brood. My chickens could deal with some tasty brood after this cold front passes, but before I risk rolling a queen going through hives, what the heck does this look like?