Aerial Yellowjacket


Aerial Yellowjacket :Body is black with yellow markings. The yellow bands on the abdomen segments are distinct.

Nests: may be in shrubs or bushes, the tops of trees, and structures. Mature nests can have 644 to 4,290 cells, and there may be as many as seven combs.

Habits: The large paper nests of this species usually are built well above the ground and away from the reach of potential predators. Workers forage during the day for grasshoppers, tree crickets, caterpillars, flies, and spiders. Aerial Yellowjacket are attracted to sugar in

late summer: By late summer, there are no larvae in the nest, and workers no longer forage for protein to feed young, so more carbohydrates are eaten simply as an energy food.

Health Hazard of Stinging Pests 

Some of the stinging insects are more poisonous and dangerous, such as the southern yellow jacket. A bite from these insects can cause excruciating pain, and may even lead to allergic reactions. Some may experience swelling as well which can lead to infections and severe scratching.

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