The pyramidal bee-hive:
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The pyramidal bee-hive: a plain and natural method of preserving and perpetuating the population of bees, and of receiving annually, from each family, a box full of wax and pure honey ... and the art of restoring hives, (whose population has perished) by hatching the eggs, remaining in the cells, by the heat of the sun.

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Genre

Book

Publication info

Philadelphia,Carey, Lea & Carey,1829.

Subjects

Bee culture

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Library of Congress

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.49723

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Title

The pyramidal bee-hive: a plain and natural method of preserving and perpetuating the population of bees, and of receiving annually, from each family, a box full of wax and pure honey ... and the art of restoring hives, (whose population has perished) by hatching the eggs, remaining in the cells, by the heat of the sun.

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Du Couëdic de Villeneuve, Pierre Louis, 1743-1822

Dinsmoor, Silas.

Genre

Book

Publication info

Philadelphia,Carey, Lea & Carey,1829.

Subjects

Bee culture

BHL Collections:

Library of Congress

Call Number

SF527 .D84

Language

English

Identifiers:

LCCN: 12036569
OCLC: 5664597

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.49723

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