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Another social insect, closely related to bees and ants, they form annual colonies like those of the bumble bee, but they build their nests with paper which they make by chewing wood. The larvae are fed insects and other animal matter. Queens are usually much large than the workers.

The various species of wasps fall into one of two main categories: solitary wasps and social wasps. Adult solitary wasps generally live and operate alone, and most do not construct nests; all adult solitary wasps are fertile. By contrast, social wasps exist in colonies numbering up to several thousand strong and build nests — but in some cases not all of the colony can reproduce. In the more advanced species, just the wasp queen and male wasps can mate, whilst the majority of the colony is made up of sterile female workers.

Wasp and bee venom can cause an anaphylactic shock which can lead to death if not dealt with promptly.