First thanks so much to everyone who responded to my last post about defensive bees. They settled down. I also bought a jacket, veil and gloves from Brushy Mountain. Best money I have spent in quite some time as I went through both hives today frame by frame and they were not very happy.
Thus the reason I am posting now: I did not see any eggs or young larvae in one hive but had capped brood in both with uncapped larvae, maybe 20, in one hive. Both hives are drawing nice straight comb on foundationless frames and ripening honey. I have drone brood in some of the honey supers but I use a top entrance and no excluder. The drone brood is not scattered but is on multiple frames and is grouped tightly together in the middle third of each frame with nectar both above and below it in the frame.
The bees are drawing brood comb and comb in the supers.
As I said I saw no eggs and very few young larvae which leads me to think I am queenless. But each hive has tons of bees.
Related to this - I have to move the hives soon 6 hours west to Giles County, VA. If I am queenless should I wait to get to the new location prior to introducing the queen?