Tod, I wouldn't sweat a couple of SHBs, if I were you. I seriously doubt that they will become a problem for you in WV. Unless your colony is really weak for some other reason. I see very few SHBs in my hives here in SC and when they get back to NY I almost never see them at all. I have never had a colony that has been taken over by SHB.
One of the hives that I left here over the summer in SC had a couple of dozen SHBs when I got back to see them in November. But there weren't any slimy larvae anywhere to be seen.
I just treat them like the occasional wax moth and give them the hivetool test when I can get at them. Otherwise, I don't give them any thought.
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