split my queen from a strong over wintered hive into a nuc on April 19. replaced 2 frames i removed with foundationless. checked on may 20 and there were eggs in the new comb on the foundationless frames. the hive is full of nectar/pollen. not really many empty cells. checked yesterday(may 27, capped brood on the foundationless, pretty sure they are drones. scattered thru the boxes i found young larva, and a decent patch of eggs in one box. there wasn't much room because of all the nectar/pollen and capped honey. i do have a super on that they are now filling with nectar. i think the reason i'm not seeing capped worker brood is that from what i read they seem to like to build a lot of drone cells when they first get foundationless and the fact that there was not much available space for the queen to lay. i did not see her, but i did not check every frame in this large hive. i will check in another week to see if the eggs i saw are workers. do you think i'm queen rite given that i did see eggs at 4 weeks even though they are probably drone?