Today I found a bumblebee queen. Can anyone identify the species? I put it in a wooden box with some pollen, artificial pollen supplement (made of brewers yeast, sugar, and soy flour), and a cotton ball dipped in sugar water. Right now I got the nest covered and the holes blocked so the bee does not get out. Will the queen be likely to accept this home and start building wax and lay a few eggs like this? Should I keep the bee inside here for a few days and wait to see if it starts building wax before opening the entrance? How long does it usually take to know when the queen bee has accepted this as a nesting site? See pictures:
These show the bee closeup:
These are pictures of the nest:
You can see the pollen substitute on top, then below that is the pollen, and below that is the cotton ball dipped in sugar water. You can also see some dry grass-like stuff, I put that there hoping the bee will use it as an insulator, I thought I read somewhere that they need some sort of insulating material like dry grass. Should I put a few dry cotton balls in there instead?