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Cappings

What is Cappings?

  1. A thin layer of wax that covers cells containing honey or brood.
  2. A thin layer of wax used to cover the full cells of honey. This layer of wax is sliced from the surface of a honey-filled comb.
  3. Wax caps on brood and honey cells.

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