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The modern hives used in Argentina are made up of two parts: the body, where the queen lays her eggs, is the bees’ habitat, where they raise the brood and stock the honey and pollen that feeds the larvae; and the supers, to which the queen does not have access, which is reserved for the production of the honey. When the super is full, the beekeeper takes it out to harvest the honey and replaces it with another empty one.