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Bees & Wasps

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Topics: 
Pests - Identification
Pests: 
Bees & Wasps

These wasps create mud tunnels on wall or eaves. They are not particularly aggressive or destructive. Read more »

Bees, Wasps and Hornets

There are many types of bees and wasps. Knowing which species your have on your property is helpful because: Read more »

Bee Stings at Wikipedia

Bee stings article at Wikipedia. Read more »

Bee Sting & Allergy Information

Lengthy article about bee and wasps stings, effects and treatment. Read more »

Bald Faced Hornets at Ohio State University

Information about these hornets and other insects. Some notes about eliminating colonies. Read more »

Difference Between Bees & Wasps

Descriptions of several types of bees and wasps with basic anatomical diagrams. Read more »

Honey Bees at Wikipedia

Honey bees article at Wikipedia. Read more »

Wasps

Wasps article at Wikipedia. Read more »

White (Bald) Faced Hornets at Wikipedia

White faced hornets article at Wikipedia. Read more »

Bee Stings

Topics: 
Pests - Identification
Pests: 
Bees & Wasps

Both bees and wasps sting. Honey bees have barbed stinger that become lodged in the skin. A single honey bee can only sting once. A wasp has a smooth stinger which can be used to sting repeatedly. Read more »

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