I had a hive that went queenless on June 1 or 2 when I did a split. (I either removed her or rolled her accidentally). When I checked on them on June 8 I found five queen cells. I removed the queen cells into a Nuc and introduced a mated queen. Today I checked the hive and found 3 queen cells on one of the frames. The queen is still in there, looking good and laying well. So I destroyed the queen cells. I think they got a little impatient with the queen getting into full laying form. I figure if they are really set on superceding her, they have plenty of eggs in there to start over. My question is: are they likely to abandon their supercedure attempt now that the queen is performing?