Inspecting some hives today. Most of my hives are made up of all medium supers. One currently has 5 supers - three I consider brood chambers and two honey supers. About a month ago, when the hive consisted of four supers total - the top super was almost full of honey so I added a super with frames and undrawn foundation below the top super - three bottom brood boxes, empty super, and full super on top. At that time, there was a lot of capped brood, eggs, etc in the bottom three hive bodies. Checked today - sporadic capped brood - not drones - in upper super - maybe 20 capped brood cells on each side of each frame that had been full of capped honey. Fourth super - the newest one, was about half drawn out and 1/3 full of honey - and no capped brood. Bottom three hive bodies had sporadic capped brood throughout - much like top - 20 or so capped cells over each frame face - spread out all over. When I put the new super on, and moved the full honey super to the top - did I carry queen up there with it? Queen gone and laying workers? Still a ton of bees, working strong. Saw several old queen cells. Any idea what is going on?