Bee Hive Attached to wall

$35.00
Quantity available: 1
Hornets nests are entirely exterior; trees, shrubs, under decks, and high in the eaves. They construct a “football” or upside down teardrop-shaped nest from gray paper. Hornets, as do wasps and yellow jackets, actually make this paper themselves by chewing on tiny slivered wood. The young are hatched and food is stored in the nest’s center or “core” of hexagonal (or six sided) cells. This bee hive was cut from the wall and was hung by a binder twin. Measuring H 12 X L 12 x D 8

Item Details

Reference #:
B2689
Quantity
1
Category
Misc
Department
Collectibles
Year
2001
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
12.00 x 12.00 x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Fair
Material