FIELD GUIDE PAPER WASPS

  1. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    get their common name from the
    paperlike material of which they construct their nests; true also of the other vespids
  2. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    are _-social, existing in small colonies but without a worker caste
    semi
  3. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    are semi-social, existing in _ colonies but without a worker caste
    small
  4. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    are semi-social, existing in small colonies but without a _ caste
    worker
  5. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    Overwintering inseminated queens begin building nests in the _
    spring
  6. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    Nests consist of a single layer of _ comb with the cells opening downward
    paperlike
  7. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    Nests consist of a single layer of paperlike comb with the _ opening downward
    cells
  8. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    Nests consist of a single layer of paperlike comb with the cells opening _
    downward
  9. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    hang their _ nests from twigs and branches of trees and shrubs
    comb
  10. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    hang their comb nests from _ and branches of trees and shrubs
    twigs
  11. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    hang their comb nests from twigs and _ of trees and shrubs
    branches
  12. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    hang their comb nests from twigs and branches of trees and _
    shrubs
  13. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    their _ nests cause concern when ornamental shrubs and
    hedges are trimmed or fruit is being picked from trees
    comb
  14. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    their comb nests cause concern when _ shrubs and
    hedges are trimmed or fruit is being picked from trees
    ornamental shrubs
  15. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    their comb nests cause concern when ornamental shrubs and
    _ are trimmed or fruit is being picked from trees
    hedges
  16. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    their comb nests cause concern when ornamental shrubs and
    hedges are trimmed or _ is being picked from trees
    fruit
  17. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    If a nest is _, there is high probability that person doing the
    trimming or fruit picking will get stung
    touched
  18. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    If a nest is touched, there is high probability that person doing the
    _ or _ will get stung
    trimming or fruit picking
  19. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    like to hang their nests under
    almost any protected place imaginable including under roof shakes.
  20. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    In the SEASON, inseminated females seek places to over winter.
    autumn
  21. PAPER WASPS - FIELD GUIDE
    Since overwintering inseminated females are not defending a nest,
    they are
    not aggressive and stinging rarely occurs
Author
ianquinto
ID
350049
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FIELD GUIDE PAPER WASPS
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FIELD GUIDE PAPER WASPS
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