What Does a Queen Wasp Look like?


A queen wasp is about 20 millimetres long with bright yellow body and triangle shaped markings. It also has two antennas and a pair of folded wings. The difference between a queen wasp and an ordinary wasp is their physical colour and size.
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The queen wasp is somewhat larger than a standard worker wasp. The queen wasp also has the same black and yellow colours as the standard worker wasps. Queen wasps will often be seen the house during late autumn or winter. This is the period when they seek a place to hibernate because of the low temperatures.
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