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Paper Wasps in Brooklyn NY, Bronx NY and in Westchester County NY are 1" in length and have a slender, spindle shaped abdomen. They are long-legged and variously colored (yellow, brown, black and/or red). Paper Wasps prey upon various garden pests and are known to raid Picnics and Barbeques.
Yellowjackets Wasps are smaller and much stockier than the paper wasp. They have black and yellow, banded markings on the abdomen. Yellowjackets designate members of their colony to defend the nest and are more aggressive than paper wasps.
Wasps On Your Property
Wasps satisfy their nutritional need for protein by preying on other insects. They feed on a variety of garden pests. The diet of a paper wasp, for instance, includes corn earworms, armyworms, tobacco hornworms, etc., while yellowjackets and bald-faced hornets feed on house flies, blow flies, and harmful caterpillars. Wasps also require sugar and will feed on plant nectar and fruit to satisfy this need. Yellowjackets often scavenge for sugary foods at picnic sites and near garbage disposals. Many summertime picnic-goers endure the pest-like behavior of yellowjackets attempting to carry off pieces of their meal. Don't let Wasps take control of your property. Give Us a Call Today. (844) 305-8999. Our Stinging Insect Exterminator specializes in the removal of all stinging insects.
There are about 20,000 different species of bees in the world. Bees live in colonies that contain the queen bee, the worker bee and the drone. The worker bee and the queen bee are both female, but only the queen bee can reproduce. All drones are male. Worker bees clean the hive, collecting pollen and nectar to feed the colony and they take care of the offspring. The drone’s only job is to mate with the queen. The queen’s only job is to lay eggs.
Bees store their venom in a sac attached to their stinger and only female bees sting. That is because the stinger, called an ovipositor, is part of the female bee’s reproductive design. A queen bee uses her ovipositor to lay eggs as well as sting. Sterile females, also called worker bees, don’t lay eggs. They just use their ovipositors to sting. If you have bees on your property or a Bee Hive in your home and would like it removed, Call Us Today. (844) 305-8999. We specialize in Bee Removal in New York NY, Brooklyn NY, Bronx NY, Queens NY, Westchester County NY and in Rockland County NY. Please Note, If we remove Honey Bees from your Home or Property they are not killed, our Stinging Insect Exterminator will donate them to a Honey Bee Farm.
Bald-faced hornets get their name from the large white patches on their faces. They can be found across Westchester County NY, New Rochelle NY, Rye NY, White Plains NY and in Scarsdale NY. Bald-faced hornets house their colonies inside large nests that they build hanging from trees, bushes, vegetation and occasionally from buildings. A single mated queen starts a new nest each spring by laying eggs inside a small nest made from paper strips and loose bark. The workers then gradually expand the size of the nest until it is larger than a basketball by the end of the summer. The queen lives deep in the nest, so she is always protected.
Bald-faced hornets are aggressive and will attack anyone or anything that invades their space. They have smooth stingers, so they can sting repeatedly. Their stings also carry venom that makes the stings hurt, itch or swell for about 24 hours. Humans are at the same risk of allergic reactions from a bald-faced hornet sting as with other hornet stings. If you have Hornets on your property, Give Us A Call Today. (844) 305-8999. At Dependable Exterminating we specialize in Eliminating Hornets in New York NY, Westchester County NY and in Rockland County NY.