BabyPhatt455. I think that you are confused about what you are seeing in JP's pictures of the honeycomb. I was too once, not that long ago. I have only seen comb that is built inside the hive, on frames. When bees build comes without frames that is how combs are naturally built. I didn't know that until I saw the comb that was being built in the cutouts that members have been posting pictures about. Sounds kind of dumb I know. But unless you see comb that is built naturally, one has no clue what it really looks like in nature.
It looks so different than the comb that we see built inside a colonly on the frames.
Is that what you meant BabyPhatt455? I wasn't sure, but I think that is what your question was. There are lots of pictures of these huge like 5 to 6 feet long combs that the bees have built in walls and roof sofits, etc. on this forum, you should go and have a look at some of them, just for fun, it will rock your socks, I know it sure did mine. I was astounded at how it actually looked, built naturally. Have a wonderful and beautifully awesome day. Cindi