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Signs You Have Wasps
- Per structure
- May have exposed hexagonal cells
- Yellow jacket hive is half-football shapes
- Some species are more than an inch long
- Often striped
- May aggressively fly around and land on your plate to feed
- Less furry than bees
Doesn’t match the signs you see? Return to Pests Page.
If you think you have a wasp problem, please call or contact Animal & Pest Control Specialist, Inc, serving homes across the Front Range, including Denver, Evergreen, and Castle Rock.
Wasp Nuisance Concern:
- They are aggressive and will sting unprovoked
- Sting is painful and may be dangerous to people with allergies
- APCS will treat at the source
General Information about Wasps:
- Queen produces eggs from spring to fall
- They are omnivorous prey on insects, but will scavenge carcasses, eat fruit
- They are active during the day
- They will die off; however the queen and a few drones will come back and make a new hive