Stinging Insects Control
Delhi Pest Control offers stinging insects control. The most common variety of stinging insects are Wasps, Hornets and Yellow Jackets. Everyone understands the pain caused by a stinging insect. But a treatment can only be considered a success if it’s performed safely.
Honey Bees are not on the endangered species list, but need to be protected. If you suspect a Honey Bee nest is present contact a qualified bee keeper before applying any insecticides.
Honey Bees are considered to be dangerous. A sting from a honey bee will result in a painful, raised welt. In some cases the venom from a honey bee sting can cause a severe allergic reaction that requires immediate medical attention.
Hornets are among the most aggressive, vicious and venomous of the wasp family, surpassed only by yellow jackets. They can be two inches in size, and either white and black or yellow and black. They look similar to a yellow jacket but are larger.
Some species of wasps bite, though they rarely bite humans. Instead, they usually bite smaller insects. When wasps want to deter humans, they usually resort to stinging rather than biting. However, do remember that wasps will generally only sting if they feel threatened.
Yellowjacket attacks can be deadly for people who are allergic to their stings. Yellowjackets are more aggressive than other stinging insects such as wasps, hornets or bees. Yellowjackets can both sting and bite — they will often bite to get a better grip to jab their stinger in.