Unexpected find of supercedure new queen alongside her mother. Would the new queen eventually have killed the mother? We marked the new queen and moved her to a nuc with some frames of brood and open cells. We are assuming she is mated, time will tell. There appeared to be a good bit of brood and eggs in the original hive. Hindsight tells us we should have moved the old queen out (which she truly was aging and laying less eggs). If the new queen indeed is laying in the nuc, how do we put her back in the original hive? We've never requeened before. Do we remove the old queen and put the new queen in a queen cage with candy? Maybe we should have closed up the hive and let nature do it's thing. Your advice is welcomed!