More than 100 species of wasps & bees inhabit Pakistan, of which a good number, are social creatures that live in colonies ranging from half a dozen to 15,000 members. The females have egg-laying structures called ovipositors,
which also work as stingers and can inflict painful stings when provoked. The most common pest wasps associated with structures in Pakistan are yellow wasps & yellow jacket, paper wasps, and mud daubers. The wasps are usually
sighted during summer and early autumn. Depending on the species, wasps construct mud nests, papery nests from masticated plant matter, or nest in ground. When faced with wasp problems, homeowners should always consult
pest control professionals, as pest wasps are often territorial, can be aggressive, and become very dangerous in large numbers.
Wasp-proofing: Queens overwinter in protected shelters in homes and emerge the following spring to start new colonies. The new colonies generally begin in close proximity to where the queens overwinter. Homeowners should wasp-proof homes and property by inspecting, identifying, and sealing or excluding all potential entry points and protected sites, such as cracks in windows and doors, poorly sealed holes for ventilation lines, spaces in soffits, recessed lighting fixtures, or gaps leading to voids in walls or baseboards. Any opening a quarter of an inch or larger represents a potential entry point. Wasp-proofing prevents or reduces the chances of queens entering structures to overwinter and establish colonies the next season.
Denying wasps food generally leads to the insects moving on. Reducing or eliminating factors that attract and encourage other insects such as flies, ants, and spiders, which in turn provide food for the wasps, also eliminates potential infestations. Wasps like to nest in protected areas, so trimming back bushes, twigs, shrubs, and trees eliminates potential nesting sites. Remove old, non-active wasp nests from previous seasons to prevent infestation relapses.
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