Wasps and Honey Bees are both members of the Hymenoptera order of insects. They differ in their physical bodies; both the wasp and bees have painful stings and can be mistaken for one another. Honey bees mostly attack when they are disturbed; Wasps are more aggressive in nature naturally. In order to get rid of bees and wasp, it’s important to identify them before their control. Honey bees usually measure around 2054 cm long; some have entirely black bodies while others are in black or brown with orange or yellow streak. Honey bees are hairy; Wasps usually have smooth and shiny skin. Wasps have narrow waists, four wings and some time bright colored with yellow and black patterns.
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