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This beekeeping utensil called Chinese pinking is the most economical and practical and one of the most effective to make the translarve for its quality price. It is designed to slide under the larva and royal jelly and out of the cell of the wax frame or cell. Easy to use and similar in size to a small pen, with a non-slip grip in the center section which gives the queen breeder excellent control. The tip is small and flexible and is where the larvae slide with the plunger when it is squeezed from above, when the spring is not pressed it serves to catch the larvae in the cell. Even if it is low-priced, it can be considered a precision tool in larval traslarve, this pinking is easy to use and work and the translarve can be made both in nicot plastic domes and prefabricated in wax by the beekeeper himself. It is loaded with a small spring that helps to catch and place the larvae safely in the dome and pushes them with a kind of plunger. Available in two versions, one made of plastic and the other in bamboo.