Australia is home to some 1,500 species of bee and many of the world’s 30,000 identified species of wasp. Most of the time, wasps harmlessly go about their business, catching prey, such as grasshoppers and aphids, leaving people alone. But every so often, their activities can conflict with those of people, creating a wasp control problem.
Wasps are different from bees. Wasps have a pointier body and a section that connects their abdomen to their thorax. Wasps tend to be more aggressive than bees. Both bees and wasps have the ability to sting, though both will usually only use their sting if provoked. Wasps, however, react to the chemicals in the stings of other wasps and become more aggressive. If you get stung near a wasps nest, it can be dangerous and can send the insects into a frenzy where they will start attacking everything in sight.
Controlling wasps is a priority since wasp stings can cause significant damage to people, especially children. The first step to wasp control is finding where the problem lays. If you notice many wasps flying in and out of the same location, then there’s a good chance that you may have a wasp nest on your property. Wasp nests are most common in the summer when wasp numbers peak. Wasps congregate in nests to support the queen and increase their numbers. Wasps nest are dangerous when disturbed, with thousands of angry wasps flying through the air close to your property.
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