The summer months mean that you’re likely to come across bees, wasps or hornets from time to time. Although some of these insects don’t sting, others can deliver a painful sting that can be dangerous if you’re allergic. Learn some interesting facts about these bugs, and count on NJ pest control services for help if you run into trouble.
You don’t have to worry about these aggressive bees in NJ . . . yet, but are you aware that they’re also known as killer bees? These bees get their reputation from their tendency to attack in large numbers and for considerable distances when they feel threatened. In fact, some have chased people for over a quarter of a mile.
European hornets differ from other hornets, bees and wasps by coming out at night instead of during the day. These hornets can form colonies that have up to 400 members.
Wasps are more of a problem in late summer thanks to their taste for sweet liquids, which can cause them to become aggressive around humans. In fact, some wasps even get drunk when they have fermented juice.
Yellowjackets can form huge colonies that number in the thousands. These colonies can even build nests that are large enough to completely cover a car.
If you have a bee, wasp or hornet problem, contact Allison Pest Control for NJ pest control services.