FIELD GUIDE YELLOWJACKETS

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    receive their common name from
    their typical black and yellow color pattern
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    are social insects and live in
    nests or colonies.
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    Most are _ nesting
    ground
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    paper nests size =
    soccer ball to basket ball-sized
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    paper nests are usually suspended from _ _ _, logs, or landscape timbers.
    overlying plant roots
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    paper nests are usually suspended from overlying plant roots, _, or landscape timbers.
    logs
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    paper nests are usually suspended from overlying plant roots, logs, or _ _
    landscape timbers
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    nests in large structural voids in buildings

    German yellowjacket
    Western yellowjacket
    Aerial yellowjacket
    German yellowjacket
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    occasionally nests in buildings

    German yellowjacket
    Western yellowjacket
    Aerial yellowjacket
    Western yellowjacket
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    attaches its nest to shrubs, bushes, houses, garages, sheds, etc.

    German yellowjacket
    Western yellowjacket
    Aerial yellowjacket
    Aerial yellowjacket
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    Those nesting in the ground select areas bare of
    _ or else clear an area around the entrance
    vegetation
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    Those nesting in the ground select areas bare of
    vegetation or else _ _ _ _ the entrance
    clear an area around
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    There are _ _ _ to protect the colony
    nest entrance guards
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    are very slow to _ unless the nest entrance is
    approached and then they are quite aggressive
    sting
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    are very slow to sting unless the _ _ is
    approached and then they are quite aggressive
    nest entrance
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    Those nesting in or on buildings are only a problem when
    the nest or nest entrance is located near _ _
    human activity
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    _ _ may enter the living space during the
    winter seeking warmth, or in the spring when they are
    looking for a nest site or just trying to get back outside.
    Overwintering queens
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    Overwintering queens may enter the living space during the
    winter seeking warmth, or in the spring when they are
    _ _ _ _ _ or just trying to get back outside.
    looking for a nest site
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    are considered _ because their food consists mostly of various arthropods, often pest species
    beneficial insects
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    prior to scheduling the service the closure of
    active yellowjacket nest entry holes with
    caulk or sealants will
    complicate the treatment process
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    prior to scheduling the service the closure of
    active yellowjacket nest entry holes with
    caulk or sealants will also
    will increase the risk of driving alarmed yellowjackets into the occupied areas of the building.
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    During the _ , locate where the nest entrance(s) is/are for each colony
    day
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    nests in _ may have more than one entrance
    voids or cavities
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    Control should be done at night when
    most of the yellowjackets are in the nest
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    it is best to make the application using
    a beepole or an extension-handle duster.
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    Only _ lighting should be used and a bee veil should be worn.
    background
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    Only background lighting should be used and a _ should be worn.
    bee veil/suit
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    If it is a _ _, then dust an area for 6 inch around the
    entrance hole and/or puff dust into the entrance hole.
    ground nest
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    If it is a ground nest, then dust an area for NUMBER inch around the
    entrance hole and/or puff dust into the entrance hole.
    6 inch
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    If it is a ground nest, then dust an area for 6 inch around the
    entrance hole and/or _ into the entrance hole.
    puff dust
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    If the nest is located in _ , then either dust the void via the entrance hole or
    apply an aerosol pyrethroid and close the entrance hole
    wall void
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    If the nest is located in a wall void, then either _ via the entrance hole or
    apply an aerosol pyrethroid and close the entrance hole
    dust the void
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    If the nest is located in a wall void, then either dust the void via the entrance hole or
    apply _ and close the entrance hole
    an aerosol pyrethroid
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    If the nest is located in a wall void, then either dust the void via the entrance hole or
    apply an aerosol pyrethroid and _
    close the entrance hole
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    After treatment of nest wall void, after one day or so,
    the wall void nest area should be opened and cleaned to prevent
    future dermestid beetle, spider beetle, and/or psocid problems.
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    If nest wall void treatment will not to be opened and cleaned,
    then in a day or two, treat with
    a long-lasting, highly repellent material and/or boric acid dust
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    If nest wall void treatment is not opened and cleaned of dead yellojackets,
    this future problem will occur...
    future dermestid beetle, spider beetle, and/or psocid problems will nest in the wall
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    nests in buildings occupied by chemically sensitive people can be treated by
    fastening a _ to the
    exterior sheathing around the entrance hole.
    PVC or cardboard extension tube
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    nests in buildings occupied by chemically sensitive people can be treated by
    fastening a PVC or cardboard extension tube to the
    _ around the entrance hole.
    exterior sheathing
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    If it is an aerial nest, then from the ground, use an _ with a _
    • aerosol
    • beepole
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    For aerial nest application daytime =
    many of the _ will not be present,
    dust is the choice because
    foragers will contact it upon their return
    foragers
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    For aerial nest application daytime =
    many of the foragers will not be present,
    _ is the choice because
    foragers will contact it upon their return
    dust
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    For aerial nest application daytime =
    many of the foragers will not be present,
    dust is the choice because
    foragers will _
    contact it up on their return
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    In situations where pesticide application is not desirable,
    the use of _ can help reduce the number of adults
    baited traps
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    _ has been found to be a very attractive bait
    greandine
Author
ianquinto
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FIELD GUIDE YELLOWJACKETS
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FIELD GUIDE YELLOWJACKETS
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