Did my first hive inspection today. One hive is growing strong. 3 frames of brood with open and capped honey. Pollen stores are present. Brood of all stages. Temperament was great. Second hive not as strong but knew that when I brought them home and placed them in their new home. Doing well, say many newly laid eggs and watched a new bee break free and come out. Awesome! Good pattern of brood, uncapped and capped honey. The only odd thing I found was there were 2 frames that the comb is built up nicely but they also built comb 3 cells wide the length of the frame. Was on the side of another. Mostly just wax cells but some had capped brood. I did remove. Any reason for this?