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Wasps & hornets are social insects and live in very large colonies. They each carry a painful sting which is used for killing small prey and for defending their colonies. Below you can find a bit of information about both insect species.

The Wasp species most likely to be seen in London are the Common Wasp (Vespula Vulgaris) & the German or European Wasp (Vespula Germanica). Both are very similar in behaviour except for there habitat, the common wasp is most likely to nest on homes, in lofts, air vents & such like whereas the German or European wasps are more likely to be found nesting in trees, shrubs or even in the ground,

Both creatures have a one year life cycle, but each individual will only survive for an average of four to five weeks. The queen wasps will emerge from hibernation as the weather starts to warm, April to May generally but as early as March is not uncommon, this is when the construction of the nest begins.

The Queens will strip wood from trees, fences and rafters and will then mix this with her saliva to create a paper like substance which is used to build the nest, she will create multiple cells in which to lay her eggs. Initially laying about thirty eggs, the queens will continue to hunt for food to feed to her young new born grubs.

The new wasp grubs
will soon mature and become the fully grown worker wasps which will take over the feeding and nest construction duties in order for the queen wasp to spend her life producing further wasps and enlarging the colony.

The nest will continue to grow at quite an alarming rate during the simmer months, as many as 100 new wasps are produced every single day, all of which will continue expanding the nest and creating new cells for the queen to lay further eggs. This process will continue until about September – November time. This is when the queen starts to produce the drones and future queens for the following year.

As many as 2000 new wasp queens
will be produced per nest, each will mate with a Drone and then go into hibernation so the whole process can start again the following summer. The queen will die once the future queens leave the nest. Most wasp nests will die off completely by December or January at the latest.

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The Hornet The hornet is a wasp, just a large wasp and has an identical life cycle as that of the wasp. The most common to be found in the London area is the European Hornet (Vesspa Crabro) The sting is incredibly painful but is actually no more venomous than that of the wasp. The reason it is so painful is because the stinger is long enough to penetrate the muscle. Google+

KPN wasp control treat hornets nests. Hornet nests are smaller than that of wasp nests, an average nest may contain 1000 hornets compared to that of the wasp which may easily contain between 10,000 & 50,000 wasps.

A new arrival in the Hornet world
is fast approaching the UK – the Giant Asian Hornet, already spotted in the South of France it is expected to be seen on our shores in the very near future. The presence of the Asian Hornet is bad news for our honeybees, the hornets can destroy an entire colony of 80,000+ bees in just a few hours. Hornet control will be essential once the Asian Hornet arrives.