Hello all. Have been a member of the site for a while now and am fairly new to beekeeping. Last Sunday (June 1st) I got a call from a buddy who told me he found a nice swarm about the size of a basketball hanging two feet off the ground on a bush. Long story short, it was an easy catch and I'm sure I got the queen as within ten minutes after placing the majority of the swarm into my 10 frame deep, the remaining bees marched right into the hive. I brought the deep home and set them up with a miller type hive top feeder with 1:1 syrup to give them a boost drawing out the wax foundation. I just checked them today and they have drawn out five full frames and are doing a decent job of getting some pollen stored and have also started filling the cells with the syrup pretty heavily. The bees are very docile and seem quite content as they work away at building their new home. During my inspection today I looked and looked but did not see the queen. I also looked over the drawn foundation pretty close and did not see any evidence of her laying at all, although I would imagine it may be difficult to see eggs against the bright white comb. So my question is this, generally speaking, at what point should I start seeing proof of the queen being in the hive? I just want to make sure this fine swarm isn't queenless right now and if they are I want to get that corrected as soon as possible. Thanks in advance for any suggestions or assistance.