You'll recall that in May, all 4 of my hives had no brood, no queen and you all were thrilled and confirmed my thoughts that amazingly all 4 had virgin queens. You were absolutely right. However, today upon examination, one of those 4 once again has only capped drone brood. No sign of eggs, queen, worker brood, but the hive is not acting queenless. . .sweet as sugar and calm. The colony is very large and strong. Should I: 1. Assume there's a virgin queen again, wait 10 days and look for eggs? (Getting late in the season for this nonsense.) 2. Order a new queen and install her, but watch for rejection? 3. Put a frame of eggs from another hive in and see if they raise a queen? (Once again, getting late in the season). 4. Other? Please tell me what.