Wasp Removal Canberra – the Paper, the Potter and the European
The species of wasps in Australia are numerous. The majority of which are non-aggressive and are quite harmless, however close to home, some wasps can be quite a problem.This is why Wasp removal Canberra need to introduce.
The European Wasp is the wasp that gives the most concern. It has a bright yellow and black striped body making it look like a bee. Introduced in the 1950’s to Australia these wasps are quickly becoming a problem, since with the warmer climate of Australia, as opposed to Europe where cold weather at times reduces the wasp population.
Our additional problem is that in Australia these European Wasps have no natural predators, thus they multiply and thrive quickly.
These wasps are of a significant danger to those that are allergic to wasp stings, since the European Wasp can sting multiple times, and for those that aren’t allergic it creates a very painful and unpleasant experience.
These wasps travel a good distance from their nests in their quest for food, and since their nests do not need to be very close to your home and are usually out of view they can pose a problem. You might ask, what could be their favorite foods?
The European Wasp has a sweet tooth for fallen fruit, they like meat, pet food that goes uneaten, soda bottles and glasses left outside, and uncovered rubbish bins can attract these wasps that contain sweet treats.
With aggressive wasps, near your home, it is recommended that you contact a pest control expert. Containing a large number of wasps, the European Wasp nests can result in multiple wasp attacks, if the nest is disturbed.
The Paper Wasp can be both and aggressive and a social wasp. Their nests are made of wood fibers and saliva, looking a bit like paper Mache. The Paper Wasp will at times make their nests on a home, hanging their nests on the eaves. The larvae are deposited in their many little cells and until maturity will be fed.
Potter Wasps, after building their individual chambered mud nests will deposit into each chamber a caterpillar to be consumed by the wasp larvae.
Not particularly aggressive and solitary by nature, these wasps at times have been known to build their nests on the side of homes, but being loner you will not have problems with swarms.
A Potter Wasp nest is best removed after the holes appear in the nest indicating that the larvae have become adults and have left the nest.
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Title: Wasp Removal Canberra
Reviewed by Jenny Jordan on Nov 3
Summary: Wasp removal Canberra
Description: The species of wasps in Australia are numerous although majority of which are non-aggressive.Although Wasp removal Canberra needed sometimes