I think that is the name for it anyway. My youngest son and I were inspecting the hives for capped frames that we could harvest. We saw that many of the frames were attached to one another. This was not readily apparent but became quite evident when a frame was pulled out and a huge chunk was left behind oozing honey all over the place. This seemed to happen with the foundationless frames the most. There were a few with perfectly capped honey on both sides, but most in the box tore. I cleaned up as best I could, but I couldn't really get the chunks back in place. These were not small, many were four inches across. Any ideas on why this happened and how we can take measures to discourage the practice? Is this a function of frame placement, inherent challenge with foundationless, the individual hive's proclivity or something else?