BALD FACED HORNET
Scientific Name: Dolichovespula maculata
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How do you get rid of a Bald-Faced Hornets nest in the soffits of your house?
Extermination & Control:
Bald-Faced Hornets can use several locations to build their nests in and around your home, ICU Pest Control local Bald-Faced Hornet exterminators will use a variety of extermination tactics depending on nest location, the enclosed paper nest as seen above which Bald-Faced Hornets can attach to anything you can imagine, Will be exterminated with direct aerosol spray or foam straight into the visible hole in the bottom of the nest. Nests that are concealed in areas where hornets are using expansion joints, or some other crack and/or hole to gain entry into walls or other voids will usually be exterminated using inorganic desiccating dusts injected directly into the entry point, this could take up to 7 days for extermination to occur. In some situations, soffits etc. may need to be removed and/or entry into the attic is needed to access the Bald-Faced Hornet nest directly.
FREQUENTLY ASKED Bald-Faced Hornets EXTERMINATION & CONTROL QUESTIONS
REPRODUCTIVE & ERGONOMIC STAGE
Bald-Faced Hornets are recognized by their white and black colouring, also their white or (bald-faced) head, where it gets it informal name. Bald-Faced Hornets have three white stripes on the back portion of their bodies and are noticeably bigger than other species of wasps. Worker and Queen Bald-Faced Hornets have comparable morphologies. Nevertheless, Queens remain hairless while workers are covered in small hairs. Queens will most certainly always be bigger than the workers within the colony.
Bald-Faced Hornet life cycles can be separated into two stages, ergonomic stage and the reproductive stage. New Bald-Faced Hornet nests are usually constructed throughout spring and the early months of summer by a single queen. Temporal limitations will vary according to regional location in conjunction with weather conditions.