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Bumblebees are large social bees 1/2 to 1 inch long, with black and yellow or, rarely, black and orange body markings. Their nests are underground and they spend most of their time traveling between the nest and the flowers from which they obtain food. Carpenter bees resemble bumblebees in both size and appearance, but are not social insects.

www.pestworld.org/news-hub/pest-articles/stinging-insects-101

Stinging Insects 101 How to identify the pest, the nest and the threat Stinging insects such as various types of wasps, yellowjackets, hornets and bees, are common summertime pests and their stings can be more than just a painful nuisance. The National Pest Management Association reports that stinging insects send more than half a million people to the emergency room every year.

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We have large (almost 2 inches long) bees outside. Should I be worried about bee stings? Follow . 4 answers 4. Report Abuse. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes No. ... Are you sure they are bees? I know of wasps that large, but I don't know of any bees. If they are bees, they are either bumble bees or carpenter bees, both of which ...

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These bees are quite large and resemble a bumble bee. The males commonly do what you’re describing and though they’ll fly at you when you move close, they can’t sting since they don’t have a stinger! ... It is about 2 inches long and has a bright yellow fuzzy back half. What is it? It looks really scary. admin says. April 24, 2011 at 8 ...

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Notice! The image up-loader is temporarily down. Use the Bee id chart and the Wasp id chart to learn more about what type of bee you have. For bee removal questions: Ask the Beeman, request a call back, or call the bee hotline Share or upload your pictures, to find out what kind of bee it is regarding social bees, solitary bees, bumble bees, wasps, hornets, or other species.

www.adkinsbeeremoval.com/wasp-identification.php

They are also a health form of organic pest control to gardens and crops. Mud wasp species are typically found in surrounding areas of each other. Mud wasps commonly nest on walls, in attics, under bridges, and in the ground. Mud wasps are solitary wasps varying in size from 1/2 inch to 1-inch with relatively small nests.

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CARPENTER BEE Genus Xylocopa APPEARANCE: Variety of shapes and colors; can be distinguished from bees by their smooth, rather than hairy, bodies; 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch long. HABITS: Exhibit predatory and scavenging behavior; some species are solitary, while others live in colonies which may number thousands of individuals.

www.badspiderbites.com/giant-hornet

They accomplish this by moving away from the hive and letting the hornet believe that the honey is unprotected. If the giant hornet takes the bait and enters the hive, hundreds of honey bees hiding inside ambush the intruder covering it with their bodies and gyrating their flight muscles to generates incredible heat.

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We have large yellow jackets...over 2 inches long. They are attracted to lite and fly at nite. They buzz loudly and seem to be aggressive if anyone walks near them, near a light. Are these European hornets? do we need to be concerned? I have read, on line, that Japanese hornets have also been released in the USA.

www.wikihow.com/Identify-a-Hornet

How to Identify a Hornet. Belonging to the genus Vespa, hornets are the largest and most aggressive members of the wasp family (Vespidae) with the largest species being as long as 2.2 inches (5.5 cm). However, the European hornet is not...