I typically use ritecell foundation in my broodbox and supers. However, I wanted to get a little bit of cut comb honey this year so I in my super I did mostly foundation, but added just two frames of foundationless. I have great honey stores on the foundation combs, but they laid drones in the foundationless. I removed the drone larvae/pupae and put the foundationless back on, and she laid drones there again. I know I could use a queen excluder to fix this, but I'm wondering, is this common... that if I put foundationless frames next to foundation, they tend to lay eggs in the foundationless? Thanks in advance.