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Polistes carolina - Wikipedia

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One of two types of red paper wasps (Polistes carolina) is species of social wasp (subfamily Polistinae) in the family Vespidae. They are most commonly found in ...

Red Wasps - Orkin

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This wasp species is about an inch long, red all over its body with dark, purplish- black colored wings. The red wasp is found throughout the central and eastern ...

Species Polistes carolina - Red Wasp - BugGuide.Net

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Feb 16, 2004 ... Polistes carolina - female Wasp - Polistes carolina Red Paper Wasp ... Family Vespidae (Yellowjackets and Hornets, Paper Wasps; Potter, ...

Paper wasp

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Description: Paper wasps are 3/4 to 1 inch long, slender, narrow-waisted wasps with smoky black wings that are folded lengthwise when at rest. Body coloration ...

Polistes carolina, paper wasp, red wasp

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The paper wasps are members of the family Vespidae. In general, they are elongate and slender, characterized by spindle-shaped metasoma and brownish or ...

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Oct 23, 2012 ... "Billy tackles a wasp job consisting of 9 nests on the exterior of a home and it gets worse once he looks inside. #BillytheExterminator Subscribe ...

How to Identify a Queen Wasp | Animals - mom.me

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Wasps are narrow-waisted with pointy abdomens. They can be brown, metallic blue, red or yellow. The queen wasp is much larger than the female workers and  ...

Wasp - Wikipedia

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A wasp is any insect of the order Hymenoptera and suborder Apocrita that is neither a bee nor .... Some solitary wasps nest in small groups alongside others of their species, but each is .... which ...

What does a queen wasp look like? | Reference.com

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The queen wasp is typically a quarter-inch longer than the other wasps and can be distinguished by its pointed lower abdomen ... How do you identify a wasp? ... Yellow jacket queens are raised in a different part of the nest than other wasps.