I caught two queens on 6/12/15, per my flight observation, here.
I immediately put each in a GroTube XL. They took a few days to settle in, but eventually started laying eggs less than a week later.
On 6/27, two weeks after introduction, I took the following photo with my cell phone and strap-on macro lens:
The brood is virtually microscopic. They're tinier than the grains of sand, so the only way to observe them is with magnification.
The queen in the other GroTube has formed a miniscule barricade with loose substrate, and is unable to be seen, currently. Both are somewhat more sensitive to light than I would like, but after the past few weeks, they are less sensitive now, since I leave them in a room which is dimly lit, 24/7.