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WASP AND BEE ID CHART

Posted by on Mar 13, 2018 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, bumble bee, Christchurch, honey bee, insect, Insects, masonary bee, pest control, Poole, Ringwood, Uncategorized, Verwood, Wasp, Wasp Control, wasp nest, Wasp Removal | 0 comments

With spring fast approaching, the following insects are already starting to appear.  They are not to scale, but merely show what to look out for when trying to identify  what the insect actually is.Should you need help to deal with a wasp nest or need wasp control or wasp removal in Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Ringwood, Verwood or any BH postcode area contact: No-Nonsense Pest Control: 01202 523469 or 07708 944620 or e-mail   nononsensepestcontrol@yahoo.co.uk    

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WHAT IS THAT INSECT?

Posted by on Jun 6, 2017 in Asian Hornet, Bees, BH postcode, Bournemouth, bumble bees, Christchurch, Flies, honey bee, hornet, hornets, hoverflies, insect, pest control, Poole, Ringwood, solitary bees, Uncategorized, Verwood, Wasp, Wasp Control, wasp nest, Wasp Removal, Wasps | 0 comments

The collection of pictures below can be used to help identify what insect you have come into contact with:   Bumblebees – Larger than the honeybee and other bees, always furry, the common ones usually have tails that are either white, red, buff or brown and some have yellow bands.                             Honeybee and solitary bees – Smaller than bumblebees, they can vary in colour from all-black to orange bands – can easily be mistaken for wasps.           Hoverflies and...

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HONEY BEES – BUMBLE BEES – SOLITARY BEES – WASPS – HORNETS

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Ants, Bee swarm, birds, Bournemouth, bumble bees, Christchurch, fleas, honey bee, hornet, Insects, mice, mole control, mole removal, moles, pest control, pest prevention, Pest Problems, Poole, Rabbits, Rats, Ringwood, rodent, solitary bees, squirrels, Verwood, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps | 0 comments

With warmer weather expected at this time of year, animals and insects will thrive and we can expect to see increased insect activity including Bees and Wasps. There are several hundred different types of bees that can be found in the UK and they can be classified into groups. One of the main groups are social Bees and these can include both Honey Bees and Bumble Bees. Honey Bees are very sociable and can live in groups of up to 50000 including a Queen, workers, drones and of course larvae, pupae and eggs. They are normally associated with bee hives, but can be found living in the wild in...

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