FIELD GUIDE BEES HORNETS WASPS INTRO

  1. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    the NUMBER reported deaths each year from
    arthropod bites or stings, bees, hornets, and
    wasps account for about 30 percent.
    54
  2. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    the 54 reported deaths each year from
    arthropod bites or stings, bees, hornets, and
    wasps account for about NUMBER percent.
    30
  3. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Wings NUMBER in number
    4
  4. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Mouthparts _ but sometimes with a
    modified tonguelike sucking structure.
    chewing
  5. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Mouthparts chewing but sometimes with a
    modified tonguelike _ structure.
    sucking
  6. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    Females with a well-developed _ modified into a
    sting (commonly called a stinger).
    ovipositor
  7. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    honey bees have only _ _ _ at a time
    one functional queen
  8. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    honey bees...the entire colony including immatures, workers,
    and the queen _
    overwinters
  9. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    solitary bees and wasps...only the _ _ overwinters.
    inseminated queen
  10. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    control..._ and _ work best in most situations,
    and carbamates and pyrethroids are especially effective.
    Dust and aerosol formulations
  11. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    control...Only _ lighting should be used
    and a bee veil should be worn
    background
  12. BEES/HORNETS INTRO - FIELD GUIDE
    control...Only _ lighting should be used
    and a bee veil should be worn
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FIELD GUIDE BEES HORNETS WASPS INTRO
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FIELD GUIDE BEES HORNETS WASPS INTRO
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