Did you know?There are more than 100,000 species of wasps. Some are wingless, some dig in the ground, but nearly all prey on or parasitize pest insects.
PEST CONTROLWasp can pose quite a severe threat to the safety of humans and animals.
The two most well known species are the European Wasp and the English wasp, which have both been introduced from overseas.
Both are capable of inflicting severe stings. Unlike a bee, wasps can sting repeatedly.
Wasps are about the same size as a bee but have a distinctive yellow markings on their black body and yellow legs.
In Spring and Summer they can be very aggressive and will swarm to attack anything they see as a threat.