Don't think I ever noticed it mentioned on this forum.
Be very careful leaving boxes out with foundation or drawn comb in side.
Not only will the wax moth get to it but bees will also rob wax supplies.
You will notice this in an ongoing hive, when no honey storage or nectar collecting is going on.
You will notice some part of foundations disappearing.
The bees are taking it to repair other places that are needed more than the space where the wax is being taken from.
You don't want to leave empty or unfilled supers on long after the honey flow stops
You will run into "uncapped" cells. All you have to do is hold the frame up side ways, or just tilt it till you can see if the nectar/honey is thin enough to run freely. if it does not it is ok to mix a few uncapped frames with a bunch of well capped frames.
If the honey will not be readily needed by the bees, they will cap half filled cells if the honey is cured.