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A hollow log hive of the Cevennes reveals the details of circular comb architecture. Honey has already been harvested from this hive, on the left, honey-loaded combs have been cut with a curved blade. The hollow log hive is covered with a stone shingle, a major improvement from the straw hive as it allows to harvest part of the honey without destroying the colony.