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2012 Instrumental Insemination Class

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Krispn Given with the class


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Krispn Given with successfully inseminated queens the class did


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Germplasm collected from drones to be to be used later to inseminate virgin queens


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Student practicing II


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Collecting drones from mother colonies


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Krispn Given with a queen to be instrumentally inseminated


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students watch Krispn Given instrumentally inseminating a queen


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Krispn Given demonstrating instrumental insemination technique


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Krispn Given with one of his instrumental insemination devices


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Part of the process of selection. Mites are collected, placed on their backs to see which ones are chewed and quantified


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Colored disc nuc boxes for the newly inseminated queens


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Dennis Lamb from Ohio with a II queen he did


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