San Francisco hosts a good number of unwanted insects, including the not too welcome wasp. The kind of wasp is going to depict it’s overall appearance but the majority feature pinched waists as well as 2 pair of wings.

Like bees, some wasps are sociable and live in colonies, made up of anywhere from hundreds to 1000s of wasps. The female wasps take care of the nest and eggs. Solitary wasps won’t need a colony since they would prefer to live by themselves and also produce offspring, however they do not stay with their offspring in the meantime.

San Francisco is home to both aggressive and parasitic wasps. The upside to predatory wasps is that they execute and devour several other bothersome bugs that they use to nourish their larvae. Parasitic wasps will certainly lay eggs but not inside the nest; they will lay them inside a spider or caterpillar where the larvae has steady nutrition via the surviving host.

Not all of the wasps are hostile but ones that are might be very hurtful when they sting a person. However, they will sting multiple times if needed. Wasps happen to be a benefit for the natural environment regarding their task of preying on several other pesky insects that demolish landscape plants and flowers and crops.

If you are ready to get rid of the painful wasps at your house, give Top Choice Pest Control a ring at (415)488-8894 without delay!