Wasp Control: Better Understanding for Better Safety
Common wasps include yellow jackets (Vespula spp.), paper wasps (Polistes spp.) and bald-faced hornets (Dolichovespula maculate). When wasp colonies stop reproducing in late summer, adult wasps can become aggressive as they begin to seek out sugars in fruit, pop cans or other sources. This effort is meant to replace the wasp nectar that is produced by larvae during the reproductive and development period.
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