This is a great place to re-post this - I hope you don't mind, jwBlow this picture up, it shows most of the "phases" pretty well, except very freshly hatched larva which looks almost exactly like eggs but with a slight "curve".
Italian queen if that matters to you at all.
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A picture of the "wave" of brood. Recently emerged cells top right (with new eggs) diagonally across the comb to bottom left where there are eggs/every young larva on newer comb.
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A couple of pictures of what I consider pretty good pattern. The "empty" cells are generally filled with nectar. These are both from one of our Carniolan hives.
Drone brood on the left, worker from middle all the way to the right. Capped honey across the top with pollen under.
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