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Did you know that of the several hundred species of wasps native to Connecticut, a majority of them are not aggressive towards p…

Did you know that of the several hundred species of wasps native to Connecticut, a majority of them are not aggressive towards people?
That’s right! Take the thread-waisted wasp for example. This solitary nesting wasp feeds primarily on nectar as an adult, helping spread pollen as it moves from flower to flower! Learn more at bit.ly/BeldingSpecies


Did you know that of the several hundred species of wasps native to Connecticut, a majority of them are not aggressive towards people?!

That’s right! Take the thread-waisted wasp for example. This solitary nesting wasp feeds primarily on nectar as an adult, helping spread pollen as it moves from flower to flower! Learn more at bit.ly/BeldingSpecies

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