Female sirex wood wasp adult (K. Loeffler, Cornell University)

Female sirex wood wasp adult (K. Loeffler, Cornell University)

How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally.

How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally.

How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally….but why would you want to?

Buyenlarge 'Ichneumon Wasps Flies Potter Wasp Bees Wood Wasp Stonefly Mayfly' by Albertus Seba Graphic Art Size: 42" H x 28" W x 1.5" D

'Ichneumon Wasps Flies Potter Wasp Bees Wood Wasp Stonefly Mayfly' by Albertus Seba Graphic Art

Buyenlarge 'Ichneumon Wasps Flies Potter Wasp Bees Wood Wasp Stonefly Mayfly' by Albertus Seba Graphic Art Size: 42" H x 28" W x 1.5" D

A wasp nest made of masticated wood. Wasps often use a type of paper created from wooden particles and their secretions - ANIMAL ARCHITECTURE

The world's best animal architecture - in pictures

A wasp nest made of masticated wood. Wasps often use a type of paper created from wooden particles and their secretions - ANIMAL ARCHITECTURE

A Wasp (Vespula vulgaris) is any insect of the order Hymenoptera and suborder Apocrita that is not a bee or an ant. Less familiar, the suborder Symphyta includes the sawflies and wood wasps, which differ from the Apocrita by having a broad connection between the thorax and abdomen. There are several species of wasp and some of these measure up to 30 millimetres in length. There are two types of wasps:  Social Wasps such as Common Wasps, Paper Wasps, Yellowjackets and Hornets.

A Wasp (Vespula vulgaris) is any insect of the order Hymenoptera and suborder Apocrita that is not a bee or an ant. Less familiar, the suborder Symphyta includes the sawflies and wood wasps, which differ from the Apocrita by having a broad connection between the thorax and abdomen. There are several species of wasp and some of these measure up to 30 millimetres in length. There are two types of wasps: Social Wasps such as Common Wasps, Paper Wasps, Yellowjackets and Hornets.

“The Wasp and the Fungus,” by Eric R. Eaton. "No one could fault you for running away, screaming in terror, if you saw a large, flying, cigar-shaped insect armed with a “stinger” bigger than a sewing needle. Thankfully, the female pigeon horntail wood wasp is harmless…"

“The Wasp and the Fungus,” by Eric R. Eaton. "No one could fault you for running away, screaming in terror, if you saw a large, flying, cigar-shaped insect armed with a “stinger” bigger than a sewing needle. Thankfully, the female pigeon horntail wood wasp is harmless…"

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