We just installed 2 nucs today. Both of us are too new to be able to recognize the queens. One hive is very loud, the other not so much. We saw what I believed to be capped brood and some uncapped cells with liquid in them. On the loud hive there was a small queen cell with the bottom chewed out. I'm wondering if the loud hive has a virgin queen because they superceded the queen that was originally in the nuc? Does a loud hive mean they are possibly queenless? We put the hive top on both of them and checked back in a couple of hours. Both hives still had plenty of bees on the front of them and both hives already had bees bringing in pollen. Should I just wait for a week or so before opening them back up to check for queen, eggs, or larvae?