If you had just dry, cob-webby looking trails through the comb, it is wax moth. Typically, you won't see them, just their tunnels tracking along the foundation. SHB larvae look like maggots. If there are a lot of them, they slime the comb. It will be wet and disgusting. If you are planning on putting it back on a hive soon, put the frames in the freezer to eliminate them. If you store them, put them preferably in a hive box with some Para-Moth crystals on top. Close up the box to eliminate air circulation. The fumes are heavier than air and will permeate down over the frames and kill any larvae and keep others from infesting. They will need to be aired out for a day or two before being put on a hive.