Hi there. I am finishing my first year with bees. I'm down in Florida and I ended up with a problem with hive beetles. After that, at some point, I ended up with moths. Once I realized the hive was dead, I let it sit for a few weeks before the weather permitted me to get in there and clean. When I pulled off the cover, to my surprise, there were a fair number of bees that were in there. I don't know where they came from. There aren't tons of them, but they are in there and have set up a new nursery and there seems to be a queen laying. The problem is I never cleaned the frames. I was able to get several of the bad, webbed frames out and replaced, but the backs of the two center nursery frames were covered in thick webs from the moths. I scraped them as best I could, getting rid of the webs and the old wax and I was able to get the moth larvae out. My question is, with the destruction I had in the hive with the last group of bees, are these new bees doomed because they've moved into a hive that is not an optimal environment? Any suggestions on ways to help them thrive if they stand a chance? TIA!