What does a mud wasp look like?

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Their abdomens or that part with the stinger is usually attached to the body by a long stem. That's the easiest way to ID them.
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1. Search your property for mud wasp nests: Mud wasps build their nests in low-traffic areas such as empty sheds and barns, so look closely. Mud wasps will build a nest, lay their
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A wasp, which is much like a bee, is typically brown or black and yellow in color. The bug is known for having a thin, long abdomen and painful stinger.
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n. Chiefly Northeastern U.S . See mud dauber . See Regional Note at mud dauber .
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