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December 2010 - Bald-faced Hornet
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Bald-faced Hornet, Vespula maculata
Bald-faced Hornet, Vespula maculata

The Bald-faced Hornet is one of the most wide-spread wasps in North America. It has black with white markings on its front and at the rear of its abdomen. Although this insect can be a pest at picnics or in gardens, they can actually be beneficial as the feed on other wasps and flies as well as on nectar and sap.

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