Honey Bee

Honey Bee
Latin NameVespa
Length2.5 – 3.5 cm (European hornet, Adult, Female, Queen)
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How to get rid of this?.To get rid of pest problem under control, inspection is the first and foremost step.

Bees are flying insects that feed on pollen and nectar. They have two pairs of wings and a segmented body and antennae. Bees are valued for their pollination abilities, as much of the human food production is dependent upon insect pollination. Bees are also producers of honey. Hornets do not produce honey and are known to be more aggressive than bees.

Hornets are predaceous and primarily consume other insects, although some species are also attracted to human food, overripe fruit and meat. Bee species consume only pollen and nectar.
Hornets nests are made from paper, whereas bee nests are made of wax.
Honey bees can sting only once, while hornets may sting multiple times. After attacking, the bee’s stinger remains lodged inside the victim’s skin, resulting in the death of the bee. Hornets are more aggressive than bees, although bees also attack in swarms when their colonies are threatened.

CONTROLHornets are insects, the largest eusocial wasps.There are different types of controls to get rid of hornets.

Practical Non-Chemical Hornet Control,Natural Hornet Control,Hornet Nest Removal,Hornet Nest Removal,Get Professional Help for Hornets Nest Removal.Keeping garbage cans sealed, clean, and taking garbage out regularly should help get rid of hornets. Vinegar apparently makes a good bait for water traps designed to capture and get rid of hornets. There is another type of non-chemical trap that is useful for getting rid of hornets, and it’s called a Queen trap.Mechanical extermination outdoors is not a recommended means of getting rid of hornets, but it is a good way to get rid of hornets indoors. The Queen Trap is the more complicated trap, and is a modification of a previous do-it-yourself trap.

The Clearzone Man can come periodically to monitor your premises and help prevent an infestation with HONEY BEE.