gday all as I wasn't brewing this last weekend I was devoting my hard earned free time to one of my other hobbies keeping Australian Native singles bees. I have been awaiting this moment for over two years and building the new hive I ended up transferring some brood into on the weekend. I just thought you all may be interested Photo one is of the parent colony that oval shaped cell structure is the brood. Photo two the separated brood at home in its new home. Photo three some of the sugar bag honey relevant term for the pods they stoor their honey in opposed to European bees. They produce a measly.500ml per year honey. Photo 4 is their new hive positioned in old hives spot. Well I hope you feel enlightened . Cheers!