Appearance:Variety of shapes and colors; can be distinguished from bees by their smooth,
rather than hairy, bodies; 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch long.
Habits: Exhibit predatory and scavenging behavior; some species are solitary,
while others live in colonies which may number thousands of individuals.
Diet:Primarily protein such as spiders and soft-bodied insects, and small animals.
Reproduction:Social wasps begin a nest with one queen laying all eggs for colony;
if a queen dies, a worker can take over egg-laying function until colony produces new queen.
Other Information: Very protective of their nests; will defend against invaders with painful stings.
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