Yellow jacket or yellowjacket is the common name in North America for predatory
wasps of the genera Vespula and Dolichovespula. Members of these genera ...
Yellow jackets are wasps that can be identified by their alternating black and
yellow body segments and small size. They are often mistaken for bees, although
Description: The Yellow Jacket is a North American predatory insect that builds a
large nest to house the colony. These bee-sized social wasps are black with ...
What is a Yellow Jacket Wasp? ... Like all insects yellow jackets have six legs
and three major body parts: the head, thorax, ... Fun Facts About Yellow Jackets.
After feeding on sugary treats such as flower nectar and the juice of ripe fruit, adult wasps
prey on flies, caterpillars and crickets which they feed to their developing young secreted in a papery nest made from chewed wood mixed with saliva. The wasp
colony will die ... More »
Yellow Jacket Wasp: Insect field guide to the most commonly found insects and
non-insects in North America.
Difficult to distinguish from a yellow jacket, this is most likely a European paper
wasp — a yellow jacket probably would have stung me before I could take the ...
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Learn all you wanted to know about wasps with pictures, videos, photos, facts,
and ... Yellow jacket adults bring food to their hive-bound young, and in return,
Yellowjacket nest in an underground rodent burrow in spring (top), summer (
center), and early fall (bottom). The nest becomes larger during the summer as ...