I checked my hive yesterday and found a small area, about the size of a silver dollar, of larva on a frame in a honey super. There was only this one small area and every frame of the super is packed with capped honey. My hive went queenless about 6 weeks ago but today I noticed a lot of orientation flights in front of the hive so I am assuming that the new queen was made ( found a empty queen cell a week after they went queenless) and is laying. Could it just be that the new queen was checking out the hive and decided to lay in the super? I put a second super on but they haven't drawn any comb in it yet. I am concerned about the new queen ignoring the honey barrier and laying in the new super. What should I do, if anything to avoid this? This is a very strong hive and I am concerned they are out of room in the two deep brood boxes.