Found queen cells with larvae 4 days after requeening. Figured queen had been rejected so was watching the progress of the cells. I think on day six the capped cells were torn down and now on day 8 I see lots of new eggs. I guess they must have accepted the queens but started queen cells as insurance. I was worried about acceptance because the queens were released in less than 24 hours in those two hives. Should I have uncaged the queens and made sure a lot of the sugar tube contents had not been eaten out from inside the cage. The outside certainly was full. Was surprised to see them released so early. The other two hives did not build cells and the one replacement laying queen showed me eggs in three days. The other hive has a laying unmarked queen that I failed to find when I split. I guess that replacement queen lost the duel. That unmarked queen would be the one created from my added frames of brood earlier. It sure seems to take a long while to see eggs after them making a new queen especially if you hit some bad weather for breeding or cold hive temperatures keeps them in the blocks.