I have a two week old hive (from a 5 frame nuc) and I inspected it last week and didn't notice any eggs or larva. I inspected again today and all 5 of the new frames still don't have any drawn comb yet and still no sign of eggs or larva. I know that I'm new at this, but I would think that I would be able to at least see larva. While inspecting today, I noticed 3 of what I believe is supercedure cells. They are on the top half of the frame and they have a hole in the bottom. Is it possible for a new hive to need to replace the queen? Is there any thing that I need to do, or just wait a couple weeks and see if there's eggs and larva in the hive? Thanks for any info!