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By "Dinsmoor, Silas. "
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.
By: Du Couëdic de Villeneuve, Pierre Louis, - Dinsmoor, Silas.
Publication info: Philadelphia,Carey, Lea & Carey,1829.
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