There are many types of honey bee nest. In the honey bee nest honey bee species of the subgenus Apis live and raise their young. Throughout the world bee hives are commonly used to describe the nest of any bee colony. Professional and scientific says that there is a difference between hive and honey bee nest. The nest is used to discuss colonies which house in Natural or to artificial cities. Hive is used to describe that type if structure which is used by humans to the house a honey bee nests. Many types of species of Apis live in the colonies Western honey bee and the eastern honey bee is kept in hives by humans.
Honey bee use different types of things. Honey bee use caves, rock cavities and hollow trees as natural nesting sites. Nest is composed of multiple honeycombs, parallel to the each other, with a relatively uniform Honey space. It is commonly has a single entrance. The western Honey bees prefer to nest cavities approximately 45 liters in volume and they avoid those smaller than 10 or larger than 100 liters. The basic nest construction for all honeybees is comparable the honey of the bees is stored in the upper part of the comb. Underneath it are rows of pollen storage cells, worker-brood cells, and drone-brood cells, in that order. The peanut shaped queen cells are usually built at the lower edge of the comb of honey.
The honey Bees were kept in the past by man made hives in Egypt in ancient times. The walls of the Egyptian wall temple of the Nyuserre Lni from the 5th Dynasty, dated earlier than the 2422 Before Crist, depict workers blowing smoke into hives in this way they remove Bees were kept in man-made hives in Egypt in ancient times. It is substantiation that an advance honey industry existed in Israel, almost 4,000 years ago. The beehives are made of straw and unbaked clay, were found in orderly rows, with an overall of 150 hives, many broken. While beekeeping predates these ruins, this is the oldest apiary yet discovered. Writings detailing the production of honey are found on the tomb of Pabasa from the 26th Dynasty, and designate honey stored in jars, and cylinder-shaped hives.
Traditional beehives simply provided an attachment for the honey bee colony. Because of no internal structures were provide for the honey bees nest, they generate their own honeycomb within the hives. The comb is this type of hive that it often cross attache and cannot be move without abolishing it. This is sometimes called a “fixed-frame” hive to distinguish it from the modern “movable-frame” hives. Thee honey from traditional hives was characteristically extract by pressing crushing the wax honeycomb to crush out the honey. Due to this harvesting the traditional beehives usually provided more beeswax but far less honey, than the modern hive.
In the earliest recognizable modern designs of beehives arose in the 19th century. In the 1814 Petro prokopovych invent the world’s first frame hive. It allowed an earlier honey harvest. In the Middle stages the hive design were record for example by Thomas Wildman in 1768 to 1770. Who designate advances over the disparaging old skep based beekeeping so that the bees no longer had to be killed to the harvest honey.
It has the same cross sectional proportions as a National hive but deeper brood box and supers. The inside structure of the boxes is also really very simpler, resulting in wider frames with shorter handles or lugs. The brood box is pick up using small hand holds cut into the exterior wall of the hive. Supers have this same feature, which some find difficult to use when the super is full of honey. Some beekeepers therefore use National supers on the top of a Commercial brood box.