There are different sizes of wasp nests, but one of them can host as many as 20,000 units. Wasps go as far as risking their lives to defend their nest, thus proving much more aggressive than their ‘cousin’ bees. They attack invaders and manage to kill them in a short time by means of the venom they secrete while stinging.
These characteristics make wasp control paramount. Hornets, for instance, larger than common wasps, contain a larger quantity of venom. On standing near a wasp nest therefore, one has to be very cautious. A wasp colony has its own hierarchy system starting from the workers to fertile males and the queen at the top.
Impregnated females are protected in warm, hidden areas, to ensure they survive the winter and in the spring they will be able to re-build the colony. Wasps take the nutrients from constant supplies of sugars and proteins found in flowers and eventually in fruit and other substances rich in glucose. Here are the most widespread species of wasps:
- Common wasp
- Social wasp
- Vespa orientalis
- Polistes gallicus
- Vespa crabro (European hornet)
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