How not to beekeep: in the rain
Officially finished our first year of grad school!
UNCG Graduate Research and Creativity Expo
The Raymann lab attending the 2019 Southern Appalachian Honey bee Research Consortium Me, Heather, Drew, Gretel, Kasie and Megan
Beautiful "circling" of brood, pollen and honey
Full crop left over after abdomen dissection by Megan Damico
Great example of hive genetic diversity
Learning artificial insemination thanks to the Dr. Olav Rueppell's lab
Raymann lab hive inspections: Megan, Heather, Drew, Gretel, Myself and Kasie
Honey bee sperm, look how long they are! About 5 times longer than human sperm
We had been breeding wax moths in our building - oops
Megan and me making the best use of time and sharing our only magnetic plate for bead cleaning
Fall colors represented in pollen
Barcoding samples to be sent off for sequencing
"Queen including cages" I made for my drone experiments - it will force the queen to lay on drone comb
I love being a part of the Raymann lab!
Drone dissections working with Dr. David Tarpy's lab at NC State
Megan and myself tending to the hives
Busy bees at the hive entrance
Bees packing honey into cells, look at those cute butts!
Create your own unique website with customizable templates.