Features April 2015 Issue

Patrol Your Property For Wasps

Patrol Your Property For Wasps

The insects we encountered on our walk were likely yellowjacket wasps, as they are the most likely to build ground nests. It would explain why we didnít find any stingers on our dogs. Yellowjackets, bumblebees, paper wasps, and hornets can all sting multiple times without hurting themselves. A honey-bee stinger, however, remains in the victimís skin, tearing out of the beeís body when it flies away, and causing its death a short time later.

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