I have attached a few images and would appreciate some insight into which cells are which.
Background: I installed my package two weeks ago today. I have to admit, in spite of reading a lot I had no idea the bees would work so hard so fast. They have built comb on 11 bars with 5 or 6 being quite large. They appear to building from the rear of the hive near the feeder going forward. At least the smaller combs are near the front where the openings are. They are eating about 1/2 gallon of syrup per week. We have had nonstop rain here in Central Texas so they have been staying close to the hive. I have seen a few bees with pollen in their baskets but only a few.
There is no doubt the queen is laying eggs. Got some great pictures.
Picture 1 - Is this capped honey? This is one of the larger combs near the feeder. IMG_6157 resized.jpg
Picture 2 - It looks to me like there are larvae in some of these cells. In two weeks? Since some of the cells on this combs are capped, is this what is referred to as capped brood? IMG_6160 cropped and resized.jpg
Picture 3 - I'm sure you have all seen pictures of cells with eggs in them but I could not resist. I have been worried (unnecessarily) about whether the queen was working. Certainly seems to be hard at it. IMG_6176 cropped and resized.jpg
Thanks for your help.