Here is Croatia's pretty decent brood pattern (bee babies) in comparison.
Here are the future queen cells. There are close to 15 emergency supercedure cells in this hive. That means the bees made 15 queens, just in case. The first queen bee to hatch will announce that she is coming by piping loudly and then kill all the rest of the queen bees, still in their cocoons or fight in combat. My plan is to abort most of the smaller queen cells so that the first queen bee to emerge won't risk hurting herself in combat. I might use some of these queen cells if any other hives are missing their queen. I'm a little nervous about their genetics because their mother was such a lousy layer of eggs.
Each peanut looking cell is a queen bee, floating in royal jelly.