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They also initiate her swarm flight by piping to her and telling her to fly (we look at swarming in more detail in Chapter 6). 24 | A P R AC T I C A L M A N UA L O F B E E K E E P I N G Fig. 5. The Feminine Monarchie by Charles Butler, often regarded as the father of English beekeeping. We have also seen the example of ethyl oleate mentioned earlier in this chapter. Again, this is a worker-inspired instruction. Decentralized control The bee colony is not, therefore, a dominance hierarchy – which is unusual from a human perspective –but it is, in fact, very decentralized.
While pollen collection is dealt with in Chapter 12, suffice it to say that pollen has a market as a health food for humans and, as such, its collection is certainly worthy of the beekeeper’s consideration. The market for pollen is mainly for human nutritional supplements, for feeding to bees and as an animal food. Pollen can be purchased in a variety of formats, including tablets, pollen granules, oral liquids, candy bars, tonics, etc. The manufacture of pollen products for human consumption has been growing at a rapid rate and, while the prices of pollen products vary, they can often yield high profits.
The most important of these attendants tell the bees that the queen is there; that she is fit and healthy and is laying eggs. These pheromones also inhibit the enlargement of worker bee ovaries. 14 | A P R AC T I C A L M A N UA L O F B E E K E E P I N G Swarming The fast and effective passage of these pheromones around the colony is essential to colony stability. If the queen is ageing or has other problems and the strength of her pheromones diminishes, or if the colony becomes so crowded that the message takes longer to get around, then the workers may sense this and start to build new queen cells in preparation for queen renewal.
A Practical Manual of Beekeeping by Davud Cramp