Wasps, Hornets, and Yellowjackets are all found in Nevada. Bees and wasps are frequently dangerous because of allergic response to their painful stings. Yellowjacket workers (Family Vespidae), are more apt to sting people during the latter part of their annual cycle, in August or September. In addition to causing intense pain, vespid wasp or social bee venoms contain proteinaceous materials that can cause severe allergic reactions in some individuals. Some people may even go into shock and die of suffocation as their lungs fill with fluid after being stung by a social bee or social wasp. Fortunately, the percentage of our population allergic to these venoms is quite low, probably less than 1 percent. Control of these hymenopterous pests may be warranted when they choose nesting locations too close for comfort. For example, under the front steps of a home, under eaves of a porch, in a school playground, or near the pole supporting a clothesline, etc. These circumstances create imminent hazard.
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