Bee stings during cruise time

July 3, 2014 - Picnic Time

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 24, 2014 12:30 am

Bee stings during cruise time

By Dick Johnson
For Columbia-Greene Media

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Fourth of Jul is normal cruise time. Among a uninvited cruise guest it’s expected to see some yellow jackets. Unlike peaceful honeybees that are vegetarians, a assertive yellow jackets are carnivores and feed on other insects. This is because they uncover adult only during a time that a tasty aroma of prohibited dogs and hamburgers floats in a zephyr from a grill. They also have a “sweet tooth” and go after a sugarine in your ice tea or soda pop. Remind a kids to check for bees generally if a splash has been left on a list for a while. There are dual forms of yellow jackets that build their populations late summer and early fall. The native, many common form creates a nest in a belligerent and is indeed tiny than a honeybee. The other form is one inch, double a distance of a honeybee and is internal to Europe. Both of these pests are shiny, splendid yellow with black stripes – opposite from honeybees that are tan and black and “fuzzy.”

The other critical harassment during a cruise might be a white-faced hornet. This is a large, glossy black bee with white markings on a head. These are a bees that build those large turn gray nests unresolved from a branch. Both of these bees are assertive and can prick mixed times, distinct a honeybee.

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