Well, I’ve seen bee larvae (which I suppose is the technical name for “baby bees”). They look like little flax colored lice embedded in the combs. Apparently, when they emerge from the combs, bees are very close to their mature size, so I doubt I could tell the age just by looking.
The egg of a bee like other insects that undergo complete metamophorsis hatches into larva and then to pupa before the adult stage. If it is the larval or pupal stage you mean I have seen it but the pupal stage is usually older than the pupal stage.
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