Thursday, June 23, 2016
You can tell the difference between bees and wasps by their appearance and habits.
Bees are generally quite hairy and gather pollen on their bodies to take back to their nests to feed their young.
Wasps are usually sleeker (few hairs) and feed their larvae dead insects for a protein source.
Both can be quite beneficial when it comes to pollinating flowers. We only recommend control when they are located in a spot that puts them in close contact with humans or when they are causing damage to a structure.
Click here for more information on Rose Pest Solutions Residential Stinging Insect Control.
Here’s a really cool video from the Smithsonian Channel that explains even further:
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