How Big Is a Queen Wasp?

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The adult queen wasp is about 10 to 30mm long. It is generally larger than all the other wasps in the nest, both male and female and her main role is to lay eggs. The queen wasp is capable of laying about 2, 000 eggs per day.
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The hornet is the largest wasp in Britain and the queen hornet can
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25 feet.
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1. Identify the wasps you see so you know where to look for the nest, and thereby the queen. Common wasps are yellow jackets, paper wasps, cicada-killer wasps, hornets and mud daubers
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Queen bee is usually 1/3 to 1/2 larger than drone bees. Size not genetics, but due to the bee being fed royal jelly to increase size.
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