Ben Lanier removes a honey frame covered with bees from a hive in order to gather honey Wednesday in Wewahitchka, Fla. Lanier continues the honey-making business his grandfather started in 1898. Bees in this Florida Panhandle community renowned for its tupelo honey have so far escaped a mysterious killer that has wiped out a quarter of the nation's bee colonies.

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Ben Lanier removes a honey frame covered with bees from a hive in order to gather honey Wednesday in Wewahitchka, Fla. Lanier continues the honey-making business his grandfather started in 1898. Bees in this Florida Panhandle community renowned for its tupelo honey have so far escaped a mysterious killer that has wiped out a quarter of the nation's bee colonies.

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