Bees, Hornets & Wasps

European Wasp on a white background. Specimen ...

Bees, hornets and wasps are a very beneficial group of insects, for the most part. They play key roles in pollinating flowering plants, and help in reducing the numbers of many other species of pests. However, of the 54 reported arthropod deaths each year, 14 are caused by bites or stings from bees, hornets, and wasps. Deaths are usually only common when the victim has an allergic reaction to a bite or sting.

Bees, hornets, and wasps are virtually everywhere outdoors during the warm months—in backyard clovers, window sill flowers, garden vegetable blooms, waste receptacle areas, etc.

Bees, hornets, and wasps are classified as being either social or solitary. Solitary species are those whose members live autonomously; separate from each other. Social species are those who live together in colonies or nests and which have an adult division of labor or caste system composed of workers, queens, and males.

Bees:

Hornets:

  • Baldface
  • European
  • Horntail

Wasps:

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  1. BEE & BEES RESPONSIBLE CONTROL

    These insects are very beneficial, commercially valuable and an important part of our ecosystem, but they can be in a wrong place at the wrong time-wasps and bees can become a serious nuisance pests. Bee infestation should be handled by the experts especially Jopestkil will assist you determine whether its actually the infestations of wasps or bees or some other stinging insects. It is very important to distinguish and know exactly between the various wasps and bees because of their potential problems they pose with, and their controls differs greatly.

    Bees and wasps in structures needs a urgent desire of eradication before they cause serious havoc to customers, property, family, pets and others. Eradicate by calling us in time before it results in crisis and destruction.
    But basically control bees responsibly or can do transfer to someone else….

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