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    Insects & Spiders: Wasps

    American wasps look really scary but they mind their own business for the most part. Not aggressive like British wasps.

    The other side... These nests are a good three inches wide, and have taken months to build. Pretty impressive really.

    One side of our garage door. Luckily paper wasps are tolerant of humans. These have not bothered us yet, so we are returning the favour.

    A Red Wasp sniffing around bush leaves.

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