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    Question Wasp queen

    p unable to fly because of bad wings, but she has a longer thorax and a fatter abdomin. She seem to be a little clusmy. Would she be a new queen or an old dieing queen? Sorry no pics.

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    It's really hard to tell the difference between a queen and a worker. Wasps are clumsy when they walk thats why they fly most of the time.

    I found a wasp building a paper nest on my balcony and I caught it and put it in those "Kritter Keeper" things. I gave it newspaper, mud, and caterpillars. It built a 1 inch nest in there and I leave the cage outside on my balcony and it comes and goes as it pleases.
    I bet you're reading this huh?

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    Neat but if I get stung it could be fatal for me
    Really otherwise I would be keeping bees for pollination of the mini orchard and for honey.

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    I am sure she was a queen. She never really had the nerve to sting too. I let her go yesterday. I will look for a pic online.

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