• Bald Faced Hornet

    Bald Faced Hornet

    This atypically large yellow jacket gets its common name from its largely black color but mostly white face. They are…

  • Bumble Bee

    The common name possibly comes from their rather large, clumsy appearance and/or the buzzing sound they make as they fly.…

  • California Carpenter Bee

    Carpenter Bee

    Carpenter bees get their common name from their habit of boring into wood to make galleries for the rearing of…

  • Digger Wasp

    Digger Wasp

    The Digger Wasp is considered a nuisance pest in urban lawns. There are 20 species in the U.S. and Canada.

  • European Hornet Worker

    European Hornet

    European Hornets are found in the U.S. in 31 states, from the eastern seaboard to the eastern Dakotas and south…

  • Honey Bee

    Honey Bee

    Honey bees get their common name from the sweet yellowish to brownish fluid they make from the nectar of flowers.…

  • Mud Dauber

    Mud Dauber

    These are typically nuisance pests that construct their nests of mud; they are found throughout the U.S.

  • Paper Wasp

    These usually unaggressive wasps are a nuisance pest. They may also be called “umbrella wasps” based on the shape of…

  • Solitary Ground Bee

    Solitary Ground Bee

    These solitary bees can become urban nuisance pests when they nest in large numbers near structures, and they can sting.

  • Wasp

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  • Yellow Jacket

    Yellow Jackets receive their common name from their typical color pattern. There are about 16 species occurring in the U.S.


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