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  • Common Wasp

    The most commonly found wasp species in the UK and the ones responsible for causing painful wasp stings. A colony may have as many as 25,000 individual wasps.

    Once indoors, they prefer to build nests in sheltered locations with easy access to the outside, such as lofts, garages and wall cavities. Outside they may nest in old rodent burrows, hollow trees and bushes.

    Yellow and black body, marking varies according to species. Workers vary in size from 12 – 17mm. Females sting readily and repeatedly. Family: Vespula Vulgaris

  • European Hornet

    European hornets are large insects – they can be up to 40mm long. They have a distinctive orange abdomen with brown stripes.

    A colony can reach a size of 700 workers.

    Nests can be found in tree trunks, bushes, sides of buildings, barns, attics, hollow walls.

    Hornets can bite and sting at the same time.

    They can mobilize the entire nest to sting in defence which is highly dangerous to humans.
    Family: Vespa Crabro

  • Honey Bee

    Contrary to popular belief [honey] bees are NOT protected. However, we do NOT to kill them. --------------------------------------------- If you have a problem with honey bees, you should contact a local Bee Keeper or the Environmental Health Department as they will be able to arrange for the swarm to be relocated. --------------------------------------------- How do i know if what I have are honey bees? Honey bees swarm (wasps DO NOT swarm) they typically arrive in flight and cluster on a tree branch. They are similar in size to wasps but are furrier and mostly black in colour. Family: Apis Mellifera

  • Bumble Bee

    Contrary to popular belief [bumble] bees are NOT protected in the UK but we prefer NOT to kill them.

    They are larger and furrier than honey bees.

    Dark coloured except for golden stripes across the end of their tails.

    The tail colour can vary in UK varieties. Bumble bees nest in small wall cavities, holes in the ground, under sheds or in undisturbed compost heaps.

    Bumble bees are often mistaken for honey bees.

    Family: Bombus sp.

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