KPN Wasp Nests Removal
The queen wasps usually come out of hibernation in the spring when the weather starts to warm up, April time generally...
The Queen wasp leaves the place she’s been hibernating in and goes off to search for a suitable place to build her own nest. There are only queen wasps around at this time.
Once a suitable site has been found the queen wasp will start building her nest, she does this by stripping wood from fences, rafters and such like, and mixing it with her saliva to make a pulp. She attaches this to something sturdy where the nest is to be built. The first part of the nest she builds is a stalk shaped pole called a petiole which is the centre of the nest. She then attaches cells, about thirty or so, to the petiole. Once this is done it will be time for the queen wasp to start laying her eggs
The first eggs the Queen Lays will all be female and have the potential themselves of becoming queens in case anything happens to the original queen. The queen is in complete control of the sex of her young. When the eggs hatch the queen will forage for food to feed the larvae.
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