All package beekeepers should be looking at their bees 7 to 10 days after hiving the bees and looking for eggs. Seeing eggs in the hive is an indication that the queen has been accepted. Not seeing eggs in the cells is an indication that the queen has not been accepted for some reason and a new queen should be installed into the hive.
|This pic shows all stages of egg, larvae and large larvae that is close to start capping. All the whitish liquid is royal jelly.|
|upper left is the egg, then incremental larvae growing, finally capped brood|