There are over 20,000 different types of wasps in the whole world
Yes they do have muscles. Or else they can't fly, move an antenna or other things in the world of wasps.
the giant Asian hornet
The exact number is impossible to know.
West to Midwest U.S.
No. Wasps are simply wasps.
Red wasps are wasps that are red and they will sting you in the balls.
There are nearly 300 types of wasps worldwide. The most common of these include: * Fig wasps - agaonidae * Cuckoo wasps - Chrysididae * Sand wasps (Cicada killer wasp) - Crabronidae * Gall wasps - Cynipidae * Velvet ants - (mutillidae * Fairyflies - Mymaridae * Spider wasps - Pompilidae * Digger wasps - Sphecidae * Flower wasps - Tiphiidae * Honets - Vaspidae * Paper wasps * Pollen wasps * Yellowjackets
Wasps live practically everywhere in the world. However, you will notice that they tend to come around even more so when it is wet, humid, and hot out. This is because they are attracted to these type of temperatures.
There are many types of wasps (over 100,000 species), but they usually fall into one of the two categories - solitary or social. Solitary wasps - mud daubers, pollen wasps, potter wasps. Social wasps - polistine paper wasps.