It's a wasp or bee "yellow Jacket" that feeds off of human sweat!
Yes, there is much more venom in the yellow jacket than ordinary bee. The yellow jacket also has more venom then the wasp.
A Yellow Jacket is the size of a small bee like a baby bumble bee.
They are both black and yellow.
A bee, or yellow jacket :)
The similar size and stinger causes the yellow jacket to get confused as a bee. Wasp is the right category to place one in.
The cicada wasp looks exactly like a yellow jacket. The one major feature of the cicada wasp that sets it apart from a yellow jacket is its size. The cicada wasp is as much as 4 times as big as a yellow jacket.
The yellow jacket bee symbolizes teamwork, productivity, and order. It could also represent a new project such as building a new home.
It could be a yellow jacket. They have a nasty sting.
A yellow jacket is a member of the wasp family, so they are definitley not the same. A yellow jacket is much larger, and has a much more painful sting.
First, a yellow jacket is a wasp, not a bee. Wasps have very few -- if any -- predators, although a few may fall victim to spiders.
The sound of a yellow jacket bee can be described as either a tickling, crackling or rustling leaves type noise. This sound helps the bees to communicate with their colony as well as with humans.
American bumble bee, Eastern carpenter bee, Five-banded tiphiid wasp , Yellow jacket are found to have a yellow head and tail with black body.
The yellow jacket wasp is about 15 to 20mm in size and has yellow and/or white markings on it. hope this helped :)
a yellow jacket
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You have two species mixed up here: a yellow jacket is a wasp, not a bumble bee. Bumble bees have no prey, they are vegetarian. Wasps prey on the larvae of other insects, which they feed to their own larvae.
there r lots of different kinds of bees here are a few of them: Bumble bee, Honey bee, Ground bee, Wasp, Hornets, Carpenter bee ,Yellow jacket.
The type of wasp/bee your talking about may very well be a black jacket,u may know of the (yellow jacket)
A bug that looks like a cross between a fly and a yellow jacket is probably a horsefly. Horseflies are just as toxic as a yellow jacket when they bite, because of their saliva, but they do not inject venom into the bite like a bee would.
Depending on the size it is either a yellow jacket or a hornet. These insects are closely related and are types of wasps. The yellow jacket is similar in size to a bee, where as, a wasp is much larger.
A Yellow Jacket, not a Bumble Bee or Wasp, nor any other flying insect
A bee bite is what happen when a yellow jacket, hornet, wasp, or other bee not including the honey bee or bumblebee bites an animal or object and a slightly swollen red patch that is tender to the touch is left in its place.