Wasps are actually a common stinging insect in the Palm Beach Gardens vicinity and one most people are not really that fond of, but prefer over more severe stinging insects. The look of a wasp will depend on the kind it actually is but the majority have got two pairs of wings and pinched waists.
Some specific wasps are social and prefer to live in colonies, similar to bees, and will range from hundreds to 1000’s within a single colony. Females are in control of duties inside the colony and take care of the offspring. The unsocial wasp types like to live alone and can also lay offspring, but they leave the eggs inside the nest alone.
There are both parasitic and predatory wasps in the Palm Beach Gardens area. The upside to predatory wasps is that they execute and feed on other sorts of irritating insect life which they use to feed their larvae. Parasitic wasps will lay eggs in either a caterpillar or spider to ensure that the larvae may easily eat the live host.
You’ve most likely observed violent wasps however, not all the wasps are like this. Unfortunately, they will sting multiple times if needed. Wasps are actually a bonus to the ecosystem because of their act of preying on several other invaders that damage landscape flowers and plants and vegetables.
If you’re wanting to be free from the painful wasps at your place, give Price Termite & Pest a ring at (561) 232-3574 without delay!