Took a quick peek into the hives to see how much drone brood was capped or hatched and discovered a half drawn out queen cell with a very large and well fed larvae. I damaged a bit of the rim with an inward dent. The walls are only drawn so that she almost fills it as it is drawn. I had not noticed any fresh eggs but could be covered by bees; worker larvae about three days old and lots of nicely capped worker cells. I may have done in the old queen when inspecting last week or perhaps they are superceding her. That hive was unusually testy but I thought just the weather being a bit cool so I buttoned it back up quick and didnt look any further for a queen. There is purple eyed drone brood in cells between frames so they would barely barely be old enough to breed that queen if she survives to hatch: May have to lend them a frame of eggs from one of the other hives in a week or so. I was just complaining about being bored waiting for things to bloom; now I have a situation to deal with.