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Types Of Bees We Remove

We remove all types of bees and wasps with colonies of any size at any type of location.


  • Brownish w/ black bands and fuzzy
  • Travel in mass swarms
  • Not commonly aggressive unless disturbed
  • Commonly nest inside walls, attics and trees
  • Produce large amounts of honeycomb
  • Nesting areas identified by constant flows of travel in and out of one large spot or large dark masses on trees and shrubbery
  • Become very aggressive to spraying w/ water or wasp & hornet sprays

Africanized Honeybees

  • Identical to European honeybee in appearance
  • Same nesting characteristics
  • Can be very aggressive with little or no disturbing
  • Easily disturbed by vibrations such as lawn equipment
  • Do not like large animals including dogs
  • Becoming predominant honeybee species in Florida


  • Large, round, and black w/ small yellow or white bands behind head
  • Very aggressive when disturbed
  • Commonly found in untrimmed palm trees and abandoned squirrel nests.


  • Long, thin, segmented bodies w/ long legs (many different colors)
  • Can be aggressive when disturbed
  • Commonly found under soffits, eaves, fence gates, fence poles, and enclosed places
  • Very common throughout Florida

Mud Daubers

  • Look the same as other wasps but are very dark blue to black
  • Not aggressive
  • Feed on other insects
  • Build mud packs in corners and under ledgers (including soffits)
  • Very common throughout Florida, especially on property close to water

Yellow Jackets

  • Small, bright yellow w/ black bands
  • Extremely dangerous
  • Commonly nest in ground of overgrown areas, untrimmed Canary Island
  • Easily disturbed by vibration and close proximity of people or animals
  • Constant and direct flight patterns to and from nesting areas

Carpenter Bees

  • Looks similar to bumblebees, except larger
  • Bore approximately 3/8 " holes into wood - commonly unpainted, untreated facial boards
  • Erratic flight patterns
  • Commonly seen in Central and Southeast Florida between March and June