I just got into my hive for my first inspection today after releasing my queen. It's been about a week and a half since I released her, and I would have been in sooner, but we've had some cold rainy days this week. Anyway, when I opened the hive up, I saw eggs, larvae, capped brood, and pollen. I'm not sure what I'm looking for as far as nectar, so any help would be appreciated there. But my real question is in regards to the attached picture. They have started to build comb off of the top of the frame and not on the foundation so there is now a gap between the foundation and the comb they've built. If I remember correctly, they've started to store pollen in some of the cells too. Do I scrape off this comb they've built or do I leave it? Any help is appreciated!