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There are as many as 50 different species of wasps, ranging from the black and yellow Common Wasp to the larger black and yellow Hornet. A perenial pest during the Summer months, wasps are liable to transmit disease and bacteria from dustbins and animal carcasses and should not be allowed to settle on food or food preparation areas. Wasps nests can contain up to 2000 or more insects and represent a serious danger to adults, children and family pets alike.



Wasps are extremely aggressive and under no circumstances should a nest be disturbed by anyone other than qualified pest control experts. A wasp sting results in local pain, swelling, redness, and itching for most persons. A poultice of meat tenderizer or salt should be applied to the sting site as soon as possible after the incident and left on for about 30 minutes. Use about 0.5 teaspoon mixed with enough water to produce a paste.









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Some may react violently to a sting. Symptoms may include difficulty in breathing, dizziness and nausea, as well as the more normal symptoms listed above. With severe reactions, medical attention is needed. Anyone with a history of hypersensitive reactions should have a sting emergency kit available. High-risk persons should wear a medical alert bracelet or other alert item. Desensitization treatments are available. Consult your physician regarding these latter items.


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