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Insects

Wasps

Wasps make up an enormously diverse array of insects, with some 30,000 identified species. We are most familiar with those that are wrapped in bright warning colors—ones that buzz angrily about in groups and threaten us with painful stings.   But most wasps are actually solitary, non- stinging varieties. And all do far more good for humans by controlling pest insect populations than harm.   Wasps are distinguishable from bees by their pointed lower abdomens and the narrow "waist," called a petiole, that separates the abdomen from the thorax.   They come in every color imaginable, from the familiar yellow to brown, metallic blue, and bright red. Generally, the brighter colored species are in the Vespidae, or stinging wasp, family.   All wasps build nests. Whereas bees secrete a waxy substance to construct their nests, wasps create their familiar papery abodes from wood fibers scraped with their hard mandibles and chewed into a pulp. Wasps are divided into two primary subgroups: social and solitary. Social wasps account for only about a thousand species and include formidable colony- builders, like yellow jackets and hornets. Some people can experience Anaphylaxis Shock when stung in severe cases if they are not treated, it can be fatal.
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Bees

Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, and are known for their role in pollination and for producing honey and beeswax. Bees are a monophyletic lineage within the superfamily Apoidea presently considered as a clade Anthophila. There are nearly 20,000 known species of bees in seven to nine recognized families, though many are undescribed and the actual number is probably higher. They are found on every continent except Antarctica, in every habitat on the planet that contains insect- pollinated flowering plants.   Bees are adapted for feeding on nectar and pollen, the former primarily as an energy source and the latter primarily for protein and other nutrients. Most pollen is used as food for larvae.   Bees have a long proboscis (a complex "tongue") that enables them to obtain the nectar from flowers. They have antennae almost universally made up of 13 segments in males and 12 in females, as is typical for the superfamily. Bees all have two pairs of wings, the hind pair being the smaller of the two; in a very few species, one sex or caste has relatively short wings that make flight difficult or impossible, but none are wingless.  If you are experiencing a honey bee problem we will call in a bee keeper to try to relocate the colony at no extra charge to you. Honey bees are very important to our ecosystem and we do not kill them unless it is absolutely necessary.

Hornets

Hornets are insects that are the largest wasps. Some species can reach up to 5.5 cm (2.2 in) in length. The true hornets make up the genus Vespa and are distinguished from other vespines by the width of the vertex (part of the head behind the eyes), which is proportionally larger in Vespa and by the anteriorly rounded gasters (the section of the abdomen behind the wasp waist). The best known species is the European hornet (Vespa crabro), about 2–3.5 cm in length, widely distributed throughout Europe, Russia, North America and Northeast Asia. Most species make exposed nests in trees and shrubs, but some (like Vespa orientalis) build their nests underground or in other cavities
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Stinging Insects

Wasps

Wasps   make   up   an   enormously   diverse   array   of insects,   with   some   30,000   identified   species.   We are   most   familiar   with   those   that   are   wrapped   in bright     warning     colors—ones     that     buzz     angrily about    in    groups    and    threaten    us    with    painful stings.   But   most   wasps   are   actually   solitary,   non-stinging varieties.   And   all   do   far   more   good   for   humans   by controlling pest insect populations than harm.   Wasps    are    distinguishable    from    bees    by    their pointed   lower   abdomens   and   the   narrow   "waist," called   a   petiole,   that   separates   the   abdomen   from the thorax.   They    come    in    every    color    imaginable,    from    the familiar   yellow   to   brown,   metallic   blue,   and   bright red.   Generally,   the   brighter   colored   species   are   in the Vespidae, or stinging wasp, family.   All    wasps    build    nests.    Whereas    bees    secrete    a waxy    substance    to    construct    their    nests,    wasps create    their    familiar    papery    abodes    from    wood fibers    scraped    with    their    hard    mandibles    and chewed into a pulp. Wasps    are    divided    into    two    primary    subgroups: social   and   solitary.   Social   wasps   account   for   only about   a   thousand   species   and   include   formidable colony-builders, like yellow jackets and hornets. Some    people    can    experience    Anaphylaxis    Shock when   stung   in   severe   cases   if   they   are   not   treated, it can be fatal.
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Bees

Bees   are   flying   insects   closely   related   to   wasps   and ants,   and   are   known   for   their   role   in   pollination   and for    producing    honey    and    beeswax.    Bees    are    a monophyletic      lineage      within      the      superfamily Apoidea   presently   considered   as   a   clade   Anthophila. There   are   nearly   20,000   known   species   of   bees   in seven   to   nine   recognized   families,   though   many   are undescribed    and    the    actual    number    is    probably higher.   They   are   found   on   every   continent   except Antarctica,    in    every    habitat    on    the    planet    that contains insect-pollinated flowering plants.   Bees   are   adapted   for   feeding   on   nectar   and   pollen, the   former   primarily   as   an   energy   source   and   the latter    primarily    for    protein    and    other    nutrients. Most pollen is used as food for larvae.   Bees   have   a   long   proboscis   (a   complex   "tongue") that     enables     them     to     obtain     the     nectar     from flowers.    They    have    antennae    almost    universally made    up    of    13    segments    in    males    and    12    in females,   as   is   typical   for   the   superfamily.   Bees   all have   two   pairs   of   wings,   the   hind   pair   being   the smaller   of   the   two;   in   a   very   few   species,   one   sex   or caste    has    relatively    short    wings    that    make    flight difficult or impossible, but none are wingless.    If   you   are   experiencing   a   honey   bee   problem   we will   call   in   a   bee   keeper   to   try   to   relocate   the   colony at    no    extra    charge    to    you.    Honey    bees    are    very important   to   our   ecosystem   and   we   do   not   kill   them unless it is absolutely necessary.

Hornets

Hornets   are   insects   that   are   the   largest   wasps.   Some species   can   reach   up   to   5.5   cm   (2.2   in)   in   length.   The true    hornets    make    up    the    genus    Vespa    and    are distinguished   from   other   vespines   by   the   width   of the   vertex   (part   of   the   head   behind   the   eyes),   which is     proportionally     larger     in     Vespa     and     by     the anteriorly     rounded     gasters     (the     section     of     the abdomen   behind   the   wasp   waist).   The   best   known species    is    the    European    hornet    (Vespa    crabro), about     2–3.5     cm     in     length,     widely     distributed throughout     Europe,     Russia,     North     America     and Northeast   Asia.   Most   species   make   exposed   nests   in trees   and   shrubs,   but   some   (like   Vespa   orientalis) build their nests underground or in other cavities
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