3 Most Common & Dangerous Species Of Wasps And Bees

3 Most Common & Dangerous Species Of Wasps And BeesThe bee and wasps hive is the one that can ruin your outdoor activities badly. There is a variety of bee and wasp species. Almost, every species tend to attack and sting human beings. The sting instantly feels you a painful pinch, but later it can cause of allergic reaction or anaphylactic shock. In many cases, the area where they sting remains swelled for 1-2 days.

The wasps mostly attack when you try to disturb their hive. In defense, they attack you back and deliver multiple stings. Too many stings can be dangerous to your health. So, you should stay away from the species of bees and wasps. Read more about the most common and dangerous wasps and bees in Toronto and GTA.

Types Of Bees And Wasps

Honey Bee

Honey bee makes a big impact on human beings with their sting. They instantly become aggressive and attacking when they hear the loud noise and find someone attacking them. They are commonly found around your home, in your garden area, or sometimes in the crack and holes where they feel safe to make a hive.

Yellow Jackets

Probably, everyone is well known to this species of wasps. It is a punch of an extremely painful sting. So, one should always stay away from yellow jacket insects. Because, once they have become aggressive, it will become difficult to overcome their attack.


Apart from disturbing their hives, if their drone hornet is killed, the hornets will become aggressive and begin to sting you. This species can sting multiple times because their stingers are not barbed.

Generally, the bees are beneficial as they produce honey and pollinates plants. You can’t neglect their bad impact on your property and their dangerous attack on humans. In order to prevent yourself from the painful sting of bees and wasp species, you have to control or remove them, but not on your own. Simply call Maple Pest Control and get your location bees and wasp-free. Our licensed exterminators ensure to provide quality treatment and long-term solutions.

  • November 28, 2018
  • | Categories: Flies
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