What Is the Life Span of a Wasp?

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The lifespan of a wasp depends on their role in a colony although the female who is fertile could last for a year. The workers usually last for only 22 days or less while males could last for up to six weeks.
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The queen wasp creates a nest in the spring and starts laying eggs. These eggs hatch into larvae which develop into worker wasps. Towards the end of summer new queens and drones are
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It probably depends on the type of wasp (species specific) but here are the results from various websites: Life Span: 40 days. http://www.qrg.northwestern.edu/projects…. A
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The average life span of a wasp is 40 days. ChaCha!
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Social wasps workers have a lifespan of 12-22 days, drones have a slightly longer lifespan than workers + queens have an average lifespan of a year.
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