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I have a swarm that was caught on May 13th and was the second swarm from one of my hives. I checked them today for brood and found only drone brood both larva and capped. I searched for the queen but could not find her.
I did find two suppercedure cells and one of them had larva in it. Does this mean they are queenless and laying worker are doing the egg laying. Any and all help appreciated.
 

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Do you know what eggs look like? A very small grain of rice. My two cents is... give it a couple of days. It could have swarmed with a virgin queen and not mated yet or you have laying workers (not likely with a queen present)...No queen + drones = laying worker.
 
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