As I posted the other day, my colony has died. I went in the hive today to clean up burr comb and such . I had dead beetles in the empty brood comb and as I was shaking the frames out I noticed water coming from the comb. My hives are new and don't leak water. Could it be frozen water vapor from when the bees were still alive? I took out the reducer and propped the cover open to allow air flow, hoping it will dry up. Also, I found some small pockets of dead, uncapped brood that I could not shake out. Should I cut out these sections of comb or will the new bees clean everything up themselves? There was not a lot of brood or water either but I am getting my new packages in about 30 days and I don't want to introduce my new colonies into a potentially harmful environment.