Wasp Nest Removal
DIY Wasp nest removal causes a risk for your health and safety, if you have wasp nest anywhere around your home don't ignore it as wasps are very fast builders. Call a professional pest control as soon as you notice a sign of wasp nest before it become a hazard. Attack Pest Control Sydney are the experts in wasp nest removal around Sydney, no matter the size and the location of the wasp nest, we can get rid of it in an easy & safe way.
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Dangers Associated with Removing Wasp Nest
Wasps prey on many insects that are pests for garden and landscape plants, so they can be very beneficial insects. Therefore, nests should only be eliminated if wasps are in an area where they pose a threat to people or pets. The obvious hazards caused by wasps are stings and the potential for anaphylactic shock. In addition, using a ladder for nest removal could result in a fall. If using do-it-yourself tactics, always attempt nest removal after dark and be sure to have a pre-planned escape route if you need to retreat from angry wasps. For wasp management, the best thing to do is contact your pest management professional for their advice, recommendations and control techniques.
Common paper wasps are social insects, that are common around the outside of homes and in gardens. These slender wasps have long thin wings and are tan with darker bands and some yellow markings on the face. Their paper nests are often seen hanging by a short stalk from eaves, pergola or shrubbery. Although they can be pests because of their readiness to sting, paper wasps can also be beneficial in that they are predators of some pest caterpillars.
length 10mm to 15mm
Adult paper wasps feed on nectar. Larvae feed on caterpillars provided by the adult
European Paper Wasp
The European Paper Wasp is a black and yellow striped wasp with distinctive orange antennae. It is slightly longer than a honeybee. The European Paper Wasp has a more slender body and longer hind legs which trail behind it in flight; European Wasps have all black antennae while European Paper Wasp have orange antennae with black base.
feeds mainly on invertebrates, especially Lepidoptera species
Mud Dauber Wasp
The Mud Dauber Wasp is a large black or dark brown wasp, banded with yellow. It has a then waist an long legs. In summer it is often seen around wet soil, pools, bird baths as it collects mud to make its nest.
The adult wasp preys on spiders which are packed into each nest cell, then an egg is laid in the cell. The larva eats the spiders when the egg hatches.