I just inspected my hives this weekend, and one of them is having issues... When I removed the cover they sounded queenless, a lot of noise in there... when I separated the two deeps from each other I broke about 8 queen cups they had built between the deeps, some were never sealed, some had dead fully developed queens in them, some were pupae that fell out. When I removed the bottom deep there was a queen lying on the bottom board still alive but really lethargic, a couple workers were prodding her. I removed her from the hive. I didn't find a queen on any of the frames but I didn't really look very hard, they were really upset so I was working quickly. I don't have laying workers *yet* but it almost feels like they swarmed on me, and I just broke all the replacement queen cells. I have another healthy hive with eggs I could transplant into this hive, or should I wait and see if there's a good queen in there?