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Why so many wasps?

A mild winter and dry spring and summer equal prime conditions for wasp and yellowjacket numbers to grow. Melbourne, Australia is experiencing large numbers of wasps this year as they head into fall.

April 11, 2007 in Bugs in the news | Permalink

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Just a Quick Question. The Rescue Trap states that it will catch yellow jackets and not paper wasps. Will it capture Mud Daubers? or do they classify as same as the paper wasp family unaffected by the attractant?

Posted by: Brandon | Apr 14, 2007 11:51:47 AM

what do you have for the paper wasps and hornets? The spray dosen't cut it.

Posted by: joan rebetti | Apr 24, 2007 4:44:39 PM

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