Well I have to answer my own question. After some research it appears that plastic foundation could possibly "Attract SHB"
Results and Discussion from pnas.org/content/104/20/8374.long
Parasitic Beetle Detects Alarm Pheromone Released at Entrance of Unstressed Honey Bee Colony.GC-MS analysis revealed that 100 EHBs (n = 3) stressed artificially, by confinement in a container, released ≈1,500- to 10,000-fold more alarm pheromone as indicated by release of isopentyl acetate than released at the entrance of the undisturbed honey bee colony (n = 3), estimated to contain 40,000–60,000 bees (12) (50–120 ng/hr released by the artificially stressed 100 worker bees vs. 0.8–6 ng/hr released by the undisturbed honey bee colony). In coupled gas chromatographic-electroantennogram (GC-EAD) analyses, antennae of either sex of the beetle (n = 5 male and 5 female antennae) detected the equivalent of 2 ng of IPA in the volatiles captured at the entrance of the undisturbed honey bee colony (n = 3 honey bee hives) (Fig. 1). In contrast, antennae of guard and forager bees did not detect this level of IPA (Fig. 1), indicating that the SHB detects IPA at a threshold lower than that detected by the honey bee. In addition, antennae of the beetle detected a number of other hive-produced components including: 2-heptanone, styrene (traced to the volatiles released by the plastic foundation of the comb) , heptanal, α- and β-pinene, octanal, γ-terpenine, limonene, methyl benzoate, nonanal, and decanal. Interestingly, these same components, including IPA, and ratios were shown to be highly attractive to beetles in flight tunnel studies (10). Our analysis showed that antennae of the bee detected only five components in volatiles from the hive entrance including heptanal, γ-terpenine, limonene, nonanal, and decanal. This indicates strongly that the heightened sensitivity of the beetles to volatiles released from the hive entrance allows them to key in on bee colonies without bees responding to their attack. Consequently, the beetle has a fitness advantage over the EHB, allowing it to recognize the host readily.