An aside -- Where the **** do wax moths come from anyway? Are they just lurking in the shadows waiting for a hive to startup? Do they send out scouts from moth central who then telegraph back the site of a new hive? What do they do when there are no bees around? Fly south for the winter???
Lurking in the shadows is about right, that's what moths do. I'm no expert on them by any means but they are experts at finding honeybee colonies and will take any opportunity given them to start laying eggs in a colony.