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Deep nucleus box vacuum system with glass bottom to observe the movement of bees from cluster to hive.
A small swarm of bees clustered under an existing colony . . .
this cluster needs to be moved to it's own nucleus colony . . .
formerly we used a "bee vac" to capture swarm clusters.
simply and gently vacuuming them into a container allows us to move them quickly and without hassle.
A thermal camera can locate "cut outs" inside of walls . . . this one happens to be in a horse stall wall. The horse wasn't happy . . .
Mr. Canebrake's newest "invention" allows us to vaccum them directly into their new nucleus colony!
VERY few bees were harmed during this process . . . and the horse was happy again!
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