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Welcome to beekeeping Gnomepunter! What you are looking at is just some bur comb, no queen cells. Queen cells are hollow on the inside and would contain an egg or some larva. Also, just because it was confusing at first, I think you might be getting frame and super mixed up. A super is a box of 10 frames (or 8 or 5 depending on the box size) that we put on top of the brood chamber to collect honey. The individual wooden things that you pull out to look at the bees are called frames, not supers. Keep feeding them that 1:1!
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