I would not describe any of them as "cups". Cups, to me, means they have no eggs or larvae in them. Queen cells have larvae. One of your queen cells is capped. One I can see a larvae in... the rest I assume also have larvae. I would describe all of those as queen cells. All of them are emergency type cells in that they are build out from the surface of a brood comb. This means they float the larvae out on royal jelly to the mouth of the cell and then build the cup and then extend it down. It is bigger than you think.