https://www.hunker.com/12365156/types-of-wasps-in-michigan

Aug 6, 2018 ... One of the villains of summertime fun is the wasp. Unlike honeybees and bumblebees, wasps are carnivorous and often aggressive. With nests ...

http://pestmastersmi.com/pest-identification/bees-wasps/

Bees and wasps control and identification for hornets, bumble bee, carpenter bee , wasps, yellow jackets. Michigan pest control experts, serve Canton, ...

http://insects.ummz.lsa.umich.edu/fauna/vespidae.html

Polistes dominulus (Christ) - European paper wasp. This species has rapidly become established across the lower part of Michigan. Nests may be found in ...

https://www.creaturecontrol.net/insect-pest-control/hornets-wasps/

Like bees, hornets and wasps tend to set up their nests in trees under eaves, .... For more help in identifying the wasps and hornets of Michigan, please see this ...

https://www.griffinpest.com/blog/wasp-season-in-michigan-this-summer/

Jul 14, 2018 ... The most common and well-known wasps in Michigan are yellow jackets and paper wasps. Each of these types of wasp (rather infamously) ...

https://www.creaturecontrol.net/identifying-bald-faced-hornets/

Jul 17, 2013 ... Bald faced hornets (Dolichovespula maculata) are the most aggressive stinging insect in Michigan. Bald faced hornet stings are extremely ...

https://www.adkinsbeeremoval.com/wasp-identification.php

Social and Solitary Wasp Guide. Size, population, habitat, and regional info. Wasp ID guide on hornets, paper wasps, mud wasps, and yellow jackets.

https://www.insectidentification.org/bees-ants-wasps-and-similar.asp

Index of the various Bees, Ants, Wasps and related insects found throughout North America. ... Thumbnail picture of the American Pelecinid Wasp. American ...

https://www.jcehrlich.com/wasps/identification/

Identifying wasps can be difficult without professional training. It is very important for the correct species of wasp to be identified as that will help determine the ...

https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/getting_rid_of_wasps_nests

Though many species of vespids lead a solitary lifestyle and rarely cause us problems, yellow jackets, bald-faced hornets and paper wasps are social insects  ...