Hey guys, I just shook out my laying worker hive and made an unhappy discovery (as if the LW hive wasn't enough). My hive stands consist of cinder blocks with a couple pieces of wood on top, which the bottom board rests on. When I took this hive off its stand, I noticed wood shavings around the blocks of wood. I flipped them over to find shallow cavities filled with dozens of what I guess to be Wax Moth larvae. Why would they hang out there (if that's even what they are)? It seems rather removed from the hive. I saw no damage to my bottom board. To top it off, this is exterior, pressure-treated, lumber that they've burrowed into. I thought I had a pretty good hive stand setup, but I guess I better rethink that. I noticed wood pulp under my other hives as well, so I guess I'll need to pull the boards out from under them too. Don't beekeeps commonly have their hives on some sort of wooden stand? I was really surprised that this would cause trouble.