Mexican Honey Wasps

Mexican honey wasp

http://research.tamu.edu/2013/06/10/were-not-bees-if-you-please/

Mexican honey wasps form paper nests that are usually found in trees and shrubs. They are smaller than a honey bee, are almost all black in body color, and are not very hairy. They also are not very aggressive and often ignore human activity.

Mexican honey wasp nest

http://today.agrilife.org/2013/04/25/not-bees-honey-wasps/

 

 

 

 

 

 

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