Worms Inside Honeycombs!

In this video, you will see an abandoned bee hive and honeycombs infested with worms. This is what happens when you hire an amateur to do a bee removal. They will spray and seal, but NOT remove the hive. The hive will stay intact, including the honey. Hive beetles will lay their eggs inside the hive so that when their larvae hatch, it will then poop and feed on the honey. There can be thousands of worms infesting these abandoned hives, which can then find their way into your home.

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Months after they have paid an amateur to spray and seal the bee hive, these worms started to appear all over the floor of their home and in their bedroom.  They had called us for the worm infestation that we diagnosed to be a hive beetle larvae, which meant that we had to find and remove the old abandoned hive.

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As you can see in this picture, there are no bees defending the hive, and the honey combs are almost black because of the worm poop that causes the honey to ferment. Very nasty stuff.

Miami Bee Removal Corp.
235 NW 72nd Ave, #26
Miami, FL 33126