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Old 04-28-2017, 11:34 AM   #1
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Mud Daubers

Mud Daubers hard at work, removed several nests from fridge vent so #8 hardware cloth to make screens for the fridge water heater and furnace vents I do not think they will get in now.
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Old 04-28-2017, 12:01 PM   #2
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Welt on my left arm from removing a new nest next to the steps last night. It was small and I didn't see activity - I was wrong.
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We get them a lot here. Nasty buggers.
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Are evil, pain in the ass's....that is all.
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We moved to Texas and got introduced to Pygmy Wasps. They build nests in the "typical" wasp locations...under eaves and such, but they also build nests in tree branches and tall stands of grass. Can't see them until you're weed eating and hit their nest, or riding the tractor and smack into them with your face. Not good.. I stock up on wasp spray every year. Have at least 6 cans out in the garage. When I see them, they meet their maker.
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My grandson calls them dirt dobblers!
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I bought a 1989 Winnabago that came from back east.
The first time we went camping the furnace keep blowing the 15 amp fuse.
Come to find out after tearing the furnace out, the fan was clear full of mud dobber nests
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Simply place a flee collar in each of those areas. Keeps them away year after year for me. Replace once a season..
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