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Model of honeycomb

Made by Auzoux, Louis, 1883.
Model showing a large portion of honeycomb in which may be seen cells for the honey, pollen and eggs (of the queen, drones and workers), with the eggs of the larvae and the grubs shown in various stages of incubation. The model is painted creamish-yellow in colour with darker grey shading to some sections. There are six bent metal nails also protruding from the main side of the model. An old MAAS label accompanies this object.
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