> Beekeepers use a device to called a Nasrove Pheromone to lure swarming honey bees.
Nasonov. And it is not a device. it is a pheromone. The typical method is to use lemongrass essential oil to mimic the Nasonov pheromone, but one can buy it in little vials to use.http://www.bushfarms.com/beesterms.htm#n
>When they swarm, honey bees carry no additional food with them. The only honey they are allowed to take from the parent hive is the honey they consumed.
Actually they haven't "consumed" it. They ARE carrying it in their "honey crop" or their "honey stomach". If they were consuming it it would proceed into their digestive system, but it's not in their digestive system.
>Although honey bees normally swarm only during the spring
Actually all honey bees normally swarm any time of the year if they get too crowded and may also for other reasons such as dearth. But they are more prone to swarm in the spring.
> the same is not true of Africanized Bees, also called Killer Bees. The Africanized Bees swarm whenever they have a difficult time finding food.
All bees will, but Africanized bees are more inclined. I'd avoid the "killer bees" phrase...