I have one hive that limped through the winter. I just checked it at lunch and was pleased to see that the queen is laying well, there's brood in all stages, and it appears to be recovering slowly. I did see one C-shaped larvae with an obvious varroa mite on it. I also saw the queen who was laying as I observed her. However, the wings of the bees I saw were good - not deformed - and the numbers have doubled since I last looked in the hive 10 days or so ago. The queen is only laying in three frames on both sides in the center of a medium hive box.
However in two spots on outside edge frames (2 and 9) I saw about 3 inch by 1/2 inch places of what I think is wax moth damage. These are probably frames I put in this hive from my dead hive because on one side of each of these frames is honey stored. Should I do anything about these sections of wax moth damage? Remove the frames (but this will mean removing honey stores from the hives) - or scrape it out? Or will the bees take care of it?