Honey bee or wild bee
Latin name: Order Hymenoptera / wasp
Other names of this bee: wild bee, poison bee, non-honey bee
Wild bee features:
It varies greatly depending on the species of bee.
Wings: Most have two pairs of wings and a shallow waist.
Color: Their colors range from black and white to green and blue.
Size: There are from almost microscopic size to a few centimeters.
How can I find bees?
Wherever there is a slight bulge, such as the roof, under the arch, hole, groove, and anywhere like this outside the house, there is a place for wild or honeyless bees to lay their eggs. Flowers, plants and flower gardens are popular places for bees because they can easily use their nectar. And attracts bees that are looking for food. Contrary to popular belief, beehives die in cold climates as their population increases, and their nests are not used for later generations of bees.
What is the existence of wild bees and wild bee stings?
Bees near the house can disrupt outdoor activities and make things difficult, while they rarely come out of their nests, they may be threatened or disturbed or endangered. Slow and bite. Wild bee stings or bee stings are painful, but if a person is not allergic to them, he is not in danger.
Symptoms of wild bee infection:
Different symptoms depend on different species, but most worker bees and their nests have the most symptoms.
Bee behavior, diet and habits
Wild bee species are classified socially or individually. As their name implies. Ordinary bees live on their own shoulders, which may number in the thousands. Inside these nests, female workers perform all their duties inside the beehive. Bees that live alone do not have a nest. Female bees lay eggs, but their bee eggs are left alone outside the nest.
Some bees are predators while others are parasites. The predatory bee virus kills other insects and other animals, and they also often eat larvae.
Parasitic bees usually lay their bee eggs in the bodies of living organisms such as worms or spiders. The larvae live on the host body.
Bees can help manage other pests, especially in agriculture, as biological control agents. Many bees eat the nectar of flowers and use it for pollination.
Some bees are invasive species and die when they bite. Unlike bees, other bees are able to bite several times.
Do all bees pollinate?
There are many species of bees here that are important pollinators, but as a group of bees they pollinate and play an important role. This is because bees have different bodies and their body hair is larger than each other. These bees are less motile than other bees. Therefore, pollen is less likely to attach to a bee and be transferred from one flower to another.
Wild bee reproduction
In summer, the queen of some species produces infertile eggs. This species will become male and the same bees that grow and become male breed bees.
The queen bee will hide in one place in winter. In most cases, the rest of the colony bees die after winter. In spring, the queen gives birth to bee eggs. The resulting eggs it produces: The workers build the nest and feed the larvae produced by the queen.
How to get rid of wild bees?
What does a sprayer do to spray wild bees?
Sampashan Spraying Company uses an integrated approach with a variety of effective and efficient methods to control bees. Our integrated program includes:
Inspection: Determine what needs to be done to provide an effective bee control program.
Documentation: Explaining the details of this general control plan and the results of the inspection is only an initial inspection, but services can be provided after planning.
Education: Bee behavior, diet and habitat and how to use this information is useful for the homeowner.
Cultural controls: Cover the area around the house or business to have facilities that are suitable for bees.
Do not allow entry: This control is difficult for bees.
Health: Keeping the area clean and reducing access to food resources
Select the best methods of pest control: traps, light correction, mechanical control and insecticide, physical removal
Request emergency services if needed
Contact sprayer experts for more information on wild bee spraying.
Herds of bees are usually beneficial to humans. Several species are used by humans as pest control parasites, such as agriculture, and other bees are predators that help maintain insect populations. The rest act as pollinators and help plant fertility.