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Where are the wasps? (or the hornets, or the yellowjackets)

So you've heard horror stories about giant European Hornets, or maybe you've read about red wasps and their fiery sting... but you're not sure if you have these nuisances in your neck of the woods.

It's WHY to the RESCUE! We have a new resource on our www.whyistheanswer.com web site for the WHY Trap. It's an interactive map that tells you which of the 20 species of wasps, hornets and yellowjackets are found in your area of the U.S.

Simply roll over each insect (it works better if you do it slowly) with your mouse pointer, and the U.S. map is highlighted with the "footprint" of where each insect is found. Then you can click on the insect if you want to find out more about its nesting habits, nature toward humans, etc.

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You can find the map here.

August 11, 2008 in Helpful resources, Hornets, New RESCUE! Products, Wasps, WHY Trap, Yellowjackets | Permalink

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