How To Identify A Wasp Problem
A large number of wasps near your property – a nest can be home to thousands of wasps
The nest itself is made from a papery material which is a mix of wood and wasp saliva
They are usually dome shaped but can be hidden from immediate view
Wasps are easily identifiable with their black and yellow bodies and two pairs of wings and we offer a wasp nest removal Lincolnshire service. The female has a sting located at the tip of the abdomen which she will use if threatened.
There are two main species of wasps that live in the UK; the Common Wasp and the German Wasp (European Wasp) and both of these can nest underground, within trees, walls and roof spaces. The nests are usually made in the Spring when the wasps are working together and you can usually identify the opening or entrance by the constant wasp activity. It is late summer that they can be the biggest problem as this is when their work is complete and the wasp society breaks down. They begin to feed on sugary plants and become dozy and at this stage are much more likely to sting.
Due to the danger they impose, its always best to ensure that wasps or hornets are removed by professional pest removal technicians so that it is done safely and quickly.
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Identifying A Hornet Problem
Hornets build their nests in outdoor areas, such as in trees and shrubs. They will also build nests on the eaves of roofs and under decks
Hornets generally do not hover near and pollinate flowers as bees do, although species such as the white-faced hornet are attracted to fall flowers such as the goldenrod. They also are not attracted to the sugars found in food and drink. Hornets feed chiefly on other insects and caterpillars.
Called the vertex, this section is wider, of the overall body size, in hornets than in other members of the wasp family.
Look for black and white colouring. Unlike bees, which have a brownish-yellow and black colouring, and some other members of the wasp family, such as the yellow jacket and mud dauber, which have a bright yellow and black colouring, most hornets are black and white. Some species, such as the yellow hornet, are coloured differently, however.
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