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Intense Bees and Wasps of the SouthEastern US

Intense Bees and Wasps of the SouthEastern US

Please share your spottings of bees and wasps. This mission has a emphasis on the intense nature and unique features of this respected insect. This mission covers FL, GA & SC. *Edited by Project Noah management team to comply with user-created mission rules. Sign in to join mission

Intense Bees and Wasps of the SouthEastern US
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Bees are beneficial insects that pollinate many fruit and garden plants. Pollination is necessary for the production of many of these crops. The most commonly seen bees are honey bees, bumble bees and carpenter bees. There are thousands of species of bees, most of which are smaller than the honey bee. Wasps are also beneficial insects that attack and destroy many thousands of pest insects found around homes and in gardens. Examples of wasps include hornets, yellow jackets, paper wasps, mud daubers, red velvet ant and cicada killers.

Intense Bees and Wasps of the SouthEastern US

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