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Re: OT: wasps

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05-25-2013 06:35:40
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I had a similar experience with what sounds like the same thing. I had a roll of chain link fencing that was laying on the ground with vines growing up through it. I started to move it and these things exploded all around me. I wasn't stung but they were really aggressive and swarmed for over an hour after leaving them alone. When I tried to approach the roll they came out again. I couldn't tell at the time if they were on a nest or in the ground underneath.

I took a can of gas and pitched it at the whole roll of wire and it seemed to slow them down. Late at night they were still flying around. I didn't want to burn the wire. I got a long chain and got a hook in the wire and pulled it off and found they were all coming out of a hole in the ground that was about an inch in diameter. A long piece of pipe and a slow trickle of gas finally took care of them. They were the size of small bumble bees but all black and really fast.

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 Re: OT: wasps in reply to js305, 05-25-2013 06:35:40  
Was swarmed by ground dwelling bees similar to them a couple of years ago. Made it to truck and luckily only had a few stings. Went to Lowes and got several cans of Wasp killer and drenched the whole nest from the safety of the truck. Within a few days, they had moved on. Dr. suggested keeping a couple of "epi-pens" on hand as a precaution against adverse reaction.



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