So i made two splits off of my hive that made it through the winter, about two weeks ago. Yesterday I opened one nuc and it is slam full of wax moths. Two of the five frames are nothing but slime, the floor is completely covered in moth larvae, and the bee's are maybe a couple of hundred in numbers. I'm beginning to realize after poking around the forums that I didn't have enough bees in the nuc to prevent what happened. Regardless of how it happened I'm at a real loss on what to do now. I planned on the bees raising their own queen and there are 4-5 capped cells on the frames. The other nuc seems to be ok for the moment, but I really didn't do anything different with them (so I'm still concerned). I found two larvae only in this nuc. My question is what can I do, if anything? I thought of maybe combing the two nucs, but since one is sooo bad off I'm unsure of how to do that. Could I do the newspaper method with these two nucs with one hive in such terrible shape? If i just shook the remaining bees into the healthy nuc, would they get along with each other (both hives are queenless). Would maybe adding a frame of capped brood from my strong hive turn things around?