Hornet Control Redondo Beach

There are just about 20 species of true hornets worldwide. The one actual specie of a true hornet in the U.S. is the European hornet. This kind of hornet found its way to the U.S. from Europe and it has since then discovered how to adapt to quite a few North America areas. You can easily identify the European hornet by noticing it’s coloration and length; yellow and brown, one and a half inches in length.

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Although not a true hornet, the baldfaced hornet (Dolichovespula maculata) is mentioned here since the majority of people today generally consider it a hornet. The baldfaced hornet is roughly an inch in length and it is colored white and black. The tendencies and lifestyle of both European hornet and the baldfaced hornet are very not unlike yellow jackets, which are really wasps. All the same, noticing the actual size is a good way for you to know the difference; hornets happen to be larger than yellow jackets.

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When you encounter an aerial nest that’s round and the size of a basketball (generally detected in trees) you’ve found a baldfaced hornet colony. European hornets usually make their particular nests in private, above-ground regions such as hollowed out trees, attics, porches and within the wall voids. Hornet nests are made of paper-like material made by the hornets mixing their saliva together with wood they round up. It isn’t rare to observe hornets accumulating wood material from a structure without paint, real wood fences, or perhaps old log.

Hornets are famous for the remarkably unpleasant sting but usually help keep control of other unwanted pests all around your house from being a hassle in your own home. Nonetheless, hornets really are sociable insects, and therefore they will assertively guard their nest from any trespassers. Although it is not as assertive as yellow jackets, the baldfaced hornet, and to a lower degree, the European hornet, rapidly and assertively guard their nest when suspecting any real danger.

It’s better to get the advice of your pest control professional before you start considering any DIY efforts for hornet control. Contact us right now at (424) 219-7335.

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