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They can be discovered just about everywhere aside from very cold regions. Nevertheless, there are bumblebees that do stay in the colder locations of the far north and in the mountains.
The type of bee will identify the kind of home it develops. Many are solitary and build small burrows in the earth. Others, like honey bees, look for hollow logs or the wall space of your house as a perfect location to develop a honey-producing colony.
They enter houses when a hive divides and they are in search of a new home. The cavities in chimneys and wall spaces are similar to a hollow tree and is why they like to build homes in these particular locations.
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Identify Bees on Your Property
Real honey bees are typically an inch in length, have fuzzy bodies, straight antennae, and 4 wings. Larger bees with this same appearance are typically carpenter bees. The smaller sized are normally solitary and non-social. They may be one of a variety of colors from black and yellow, to green, to all black. Honey bees are brown.
Stinging is the greatest risk of a bee infestation, specifically for anyone who is allergic. Their poison is a complicated mix of biogenic amines, protein (polypeptide) contaminants, and enzymes. The painful results are not due to the level of acidity or alkalinity of the poison per se; however, the toxicity of the poison itself. It takes multiple stings, about 10 per pound, to kill a regular human. However, one single sting can be fatal to an allergic individual.
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Why Do I Have Bees?
Most likely it is a bit of misfortune as they are quite random in selecting nest locations. They do appear to prefer locations with morning sun, typically East or Southeast facing locations. Even extremely small holes provide access bees. In addition, they might have already taken up residence on your property and you just hadn’t noticed right away. Perhaps a previous hive wasn’t completely removed near the property and they are using it.
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If you aren’t sure what sort of insect is buzzing around your property or you’ve identified a nest, phone our pest specialists at (317) 434-3140 so we can send somebody out to have a look!