Hornets are the largest of the eusocial wasps, and are similar in appearance to
their close .... Individual hornets can sting repeatedly; unlike honey bees, hornets
and wasps do not die after stingi...
When most people think about wasps, they think about being stung. Indeed,
wasps do sting, and wasp stings hurt! Just ask entomologist Justin Schmidt, who
Both hornets and paper wasps provide vital pest control services. We do need
these services, of course. What would the world be like if all the dead bugs just ...
Sep 8, 2014 ... The plain fact is that if any animals do have a 'point,' they're wasps and bees. It's
obvious why bees, wasps' furry close cousins, are so valuable ...
Jun 25, 2013 ... We all know the negatives of having wasps around, but are there any benefits? ...
we need all the help we can get, and wasps do help pollinate.
Aug 25, 1996 ... Of course we don't need wasps in any crudely material sense. They do eat other
insects that are more directly pestilential, like flies and aphids; ...
Jul 10, 2007 ... "Why did God make wasps? ... Anyway – now wasps do have a purpose. ..... The
Ranger asks if the existence of wasps might be a subject for ...
Aug 23, 2012 ... "But many people don't realize they do not bother anything that is a ... "Social
wasps" exist in populous colonies associated with a paper nest.
Both an ancient rival and ancestor of the honeybee, wasps may not produce
honey, but they do help pollinate plants and eliminate insects that feed on crops.
Jun 9, 2016 ... Unlike a bee, wasps do not die after stinging once, so potentially you ...... All the
sterile worker bees exist for the same exact genetic interests of ...