Hi Guys - I thought that I would check on one of my hives yesterday - I try to stay out of them when they have the air conditioner running, but I needed to take a look-see at this particular hive because I checked a few weeks ago and NOTHING in the super. This is a strong hive with lots of bees. I put a super on them several weeks ago, (but I also added a second hive body before that & they had it pulled & brood) and they still haven't pulled any comb in this super. The honey flow is pretty much nil right now, so I don't expect much, but I just knew that they would have had some comb pulled by now? In fact they started chewing up some of the foundation. I don't have any supers with used comb, or I would have used that. I took the super off and peeked down into the second hive body, and they have it wall-to-wall honey & I'm sure brood (I didn't want to take out any frames) - will they pull this out when the fall flow comes on? I don't have a queen excluder on it. I just really thought that they would have something in there by now? I try to stay OUT of them when these temps are in the 90s - 100s - that's why I didn't look any further.