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Wasp Control & Removal

Wasps are a type of insect that belong to the Hymenoptera order, which also includes ants and bees. They are characterized by their narrow waist, which separates their thorax from their abdomen. Wasps come in various sizes, shapes, and colours, with some species being less than 1 millimetre in length, while others can reach up to several inches in size.

Most wasp species are predators and feed on other insects, spiders, and other small animals, making them important for controlling pest populations. However, some species of wasps also feed on nectar and pollen and can play a role in pollination. Wasps can be either solitary or social, with some species living in colonies.

While wasps can benefit our ecosystem, they can also be a nuisance and even dangerous to humans. Some species of wasps are known to be aggressive and will defend their nests aggressively, which can result in painful stings. Additionally, some people are allergic to wasp stings and may experience severe reactions, including anaphylaxis, which can be life-threatening.

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  1. Wasps belong to the Hymenoptera order, which also includes ants and bees.

  2. There are over 30,000 identified species of wasps around the world.

  3. Wasps are found in almost every part of the world, except for the coldest regions of the Arctic and Antarctic.

  4. Unlike bees, most wasps are predators and feed on insects, spiders, and other small animals.

  5. Wasps are important for controlling pest populations, as they help keep the populations of other insects in check.

  6. Some species of wasps are social and live in colonies, while others are solitary.

  7. Wasps have a distinctive narrow waist, which separates the thorax from the abdomen.

  8. Wasps can sting multiple times, unlike bees which can only sting once.

  9. Wasps play an important role in pollination, although they are not as efficient as bees.

  10. The venom of some species of wasps can be used for medicinal purposes, such as treating cancer and other diseases.

  11. Wasps are attracted to sweet smells and bright colors, which is why they may be more active around flowers and fruit.

Wasp Control & Removal.

ServLabs Pest Control offers comprehensive wasp control and removal services. Our experienced pest control professionals are trained to identify and safely eliminate wasp infestations.

We use the latest products and techniques to safely remove the wasp nests, so you can rest assured that the infestation will be dealt with in the most effective and efficient way. Our team of professionals will also provide you with advice on how to prevent future wasp infestations. With our help, you can enjoy a pest free home or business environment.

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Wasp Life cycle.

Wasp Life cycle.

The life cycle of a wasp can be divided into four distinct stages: the egg stage, the larval stage, the pupal stage, and the adult stage.

  1. Egg stage: The wasp's life cycle begins when the female wasp lays her eggs. Depending on the species, the eggs may be laid on plants, in nests or crevices, or on other insects. The female wasp will often guard the eggs until they hatch.

  2. Larval stage: Once the eggs hatch, the larvae emerge. The larvae are legless, worm-like creatures that are often white or yellow in color. The larvae feed on insects or other prey that the adult wasp brings back to the nest. As the larvae grow, they molt their skin several times.

  3. Pupal stage: After the larvae have completed their development, they enter the pupal stage. During this stage, the larvae transform into adult wasps. The pupal stage may last anywhere from a few days to several months, depending on the species and environmental conditions.

  4. Adult stage: Once the transformation is complete, the adult wasp emerges from the pupal case. The adult wasp is fully formed and is capable of reproduction. The adult wasp may live anywhere from a few days to several months, depending on the species and environmental conditions.

Some species of wasps, like paper wasps and yellow jackets, live in colonies with a queen who lays the eggs, workers who care for the young and build the nest, and males who mate with the queen. Other species, like solitary wasps, do not live in colonies and the female wasp is responsible for finding food, laying eggs, and caring for her offspring.

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Wasp Nest Treatments.

There are several methods to treat a wasp nest, and the most appropriate treatment will depend on the size and location of the nest.

Here are some of the most common wasp nest treatments:


  1. Insecticide sprays: Insecticide sprays that are specifically designed to kill wasps can be an effective treatment method. These sprays should be applied directly into the entrance of the nest during the night when wasps are less active. It is important to wear protective clothing and follow the instructions on the label carefully.

  2. Dust insecticides: Dust insecticides can also be used to treat a wasp nest. The dust should be applied into the nest entrance or around the nest, and can be an effective treatment for hard-to-reach nests.

  3. For very hard to reach nests in cavity walls and roof spaces we will undertake fogging treatments.

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