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Dealing with a single bee is a rather easy task, but removing a whole colony can be a very complicated and potentially dangerous process. For this reason, you should arrange for a professional to deal with the problem. Before you do, though, you can use some clues about the bees’ appearance and nesting to help identify the species. With this information, you can then anticipate what will need to be done to remove them, which can help you compare costs when obtaining quotes from professionals. Finally, you can then take preventative measures to reduce the chance of having to deal with this problem again.
Take a photo to determine what type of bee it is. Expect different types of bees to require different approaches when it comes to getting rid of them. Take a picture of them to show a professional exterminator or beekeeper, or compare it with online resources. If you’re in the United States, you’ll most likely be dealing with honeybees, bumblebees, carpenter bees, or possibly Africanized honey bees.
Distinguish between bumblebees and carpenter bees. Expect these two to appear fairly similar at first glance. If you’re comparing photos online and believe that you have one or the other, do a little more digging to be sure.
Use their nest to identify them if needed. If you’re unable to take a photo (or if your photos don’t come out that great), don’t worry. Look for their nest. Use that to help narrow down the species.
Honeybees’ nests are often found within hollow spaces, such as tree trunks, logs, and fence posts. They usually don’t use home structures to build their nests but are sometimes found in roofs, attics, and wall cavities if there is access from the outside.
Don’t worry if you can’t identify them. If you can’t figure out what type of bee it is, don’t beat yourself up about it. Knowing what type it is will help you anticipate how much work will be needed to get rid of them (and thus cost-compare between companies and budget accordingly), but it’s not necessary to start the process. Just contact a pest-control company specializing in bees and arrange for an inspection so they can identify them for you.
Ask yourself if getting rid of them is necessary. If the bees are only seen outside, consider leaving them alone unless someone is allergic to bees. Remember that they play a major role in the environment by promoting pollination and that honeybees, in particular, have been declining in population over recent years.
Although most bees have stingers, they usually only ever use them as a last resort, which means you really have to antagonize them before they sting you. As long as you stay relaxed when they’re around, you should be fine. In fact, some bees (like male carpenter bees) don’t even have stingers.
Take care of bees nesting in your home. If you’re seeing bees inside the house (or if you’ve spotted, say, carpenter bees burrowing into wooden portions of your house), consider this to be a situation where it’s appropriate to get rid of them. Any damage they may cause to the structure will be minimal in the beginning, but expect the risk and extent of damage to increase over time if left untreated.
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Bees include the honey bee, the so-called Africanized honey bee (also known as “killer bee”), and the bumble bee. Bumble bees are large, furry-appearing bees that fulfill the beneficial role of pollinating many plants. Honeybees, also active plant pollinators, are found all over the world. While honey bees are not usually aggressive, they will sting if bothered or threatened.
Because their wings flap so rapidly, their presence is associated with a buzzing sound. Although the venom of the “killer bees” found in the Western and Southern U.S. is no more potent than that of regular honeybees, their behavior may be more aggressive. Killer bees may chase victims when agitated and may also attack in greater numbers, thereby increasing the chances of a severe reaction to their stings. Overall, there are more than 20,000 species of bees found worldwide.
Bees are adapted for feeding on nectar and pollen, the former primarily as an energy source and the latter primarily for protein and other nutrients. Most pollen is used as food for larvae. … Apart from honey and pollination, honey bees produce beeswax, royal jelly and propolis.
Insect stings may produce four types of reactions, each with characteristic symptoms as below:
Local reactions are the most common type of reaction to a bee or wasp sting. Symptoms include pain, swelling, warmth, and redness at the site of the sting. Itching may also be present. These symptoms begin immediately following the sting and often last for only a few hours. Depending upon the type of insect, the stinging apparatus may still be visible in the affected skin. Large local reactions have a greater degree of swelling that can last for up to a week, sometimes associated with nausea and/or tiredness. These reactions are not allergic reactions.
Systemic (body-wide) allergic reactions occur in people who have produced a type of antibody known as IgE antibody against the same insect venom as a result of a previous sting. Systemic allergic reactions are estimated to occur in 0.3% to 3% of stings. Symptoms include hives and flushing of the skin and difficulty breathing due to swelling of the pharynx and epiglottis and narrowing of the bronchial passages. The reaction may vary in severity from mild skin hives to life-threatening reactions. The most severe immunologic reactions are known as anaphylaxis and occur more commonly in males and in people under 20 years of age. In severe reactions, hypotension (low blood pressure), circulatory disturbances, and breathing difficulty can progress to fatal cardiorespiratory arrest. Most people who develop anaphylactic reactions have experienced previous stings with few problems. Once an individual has experienced an anaphylactic reaction, the risk of having a recurrent episode is about 60%.
Toxic reactions are a direct result of toxins in the venom rather than the bodys immune response. Most often these are due to multiple simultaneous stings that introduce an unusually large amount of venom into the body. Symptoms can include fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, fainting or dizziness, and convulsions. Hives, rash, and skin symptoms are less common in toxic reactions than in allergic reactions. Because bee and wasp venom are strong stimulants of the immune response, people who have experienced toxic reactions may produce antibodies to the venom and be at risk for future systemic anaphylactic reactions to stings.
Delayed reactions are uncommon and occur even days to weeks after the sting. These reactions constitute less than 0.3% of all reactions to insect stings. The individuals own medical history and condition may play a role in determining whether delayed reactions occur. Symptoms can vary widely and may include inflammation of the brain (encephalitis), the nerves (neuritis), blood vessels (vasculitis), or kidneys (nephritis) as well as blood clotting disturbances. Serum sickness is a type of delayed reaction that occurs a week to 10 days after a sting and may cause itching, rash, fever, joint pain, fatigue, and swollen lymph nodes.
1.Get Immediate Professional Inspection and bees treatment before it get severe problem
2.All clothing – bed linen – curtains – fabrics – should be laundered prior to insecticidal treatment – recommend sealing gaps in furniture – floor boards – cracks in wallpaper – other such areas where Bee can seek harborage and hide during the daylight hours.
WARNING: Do NOT attempt DIY Bee Pest Control . do NOT use a insecticide spray can on bed-linen or mattress – you or your children might get sick and there are heavy fines for using an insecticide that is NOT registered for Bee Pest Control – will not eradicate the Bee infestation
BITES-Most observed bites consist of a raised red bump or flat welt and are often accompanied by very intense itching. The red mark is the result of an allergic reaction to the anesthetic contained in the bees saliva, which is inserted into the blood of its victim.
Reactions to bees bites may appear indistinguishable from mosquito bites although they tend to last for longer periods. Bites may not become immediately visible and can take up to nine days to appear. bees bites tend not to have a red dot in the center such as is characteristic of flea bites.
A trait shared with flea bites is the tendency towards the pattern of sequential bites often aligned in rows of three. This may be caused by the bees being disturbed while eating and relocating half an inch or so farther along the skin before resuming feeding. Alternatively, the arrangement of bites may be caused by the bees repeatedly searching for a blood vein.
People react differently to bees, and individual responses vary with factors including skin type, the environment, and the species of bees. This also means the presence of itchy welts cannot be used as the only indicator of a presence. It is possible for an initial infestation within a household to be asymptomatic and go undetected. In some rare cases, allergic reactions to the bites may cause nausea and illness.
In a significant number of cases, estimated to be fifty percent of all people, there is no visible sign of bits whatsoever, significantly increasing the difficulty of identifying and eradicating infestations. People commonly respond to bees infestations and their bites with anxiety, stress, and insomnia. Development of refractory delusional parasitosis is common, as victims develop an overwhelming obsession with bees.
1.Be careful when selecting a pest controller its far too easy to get a NSW Govt Work Cover issued Pest Control Licence and start up a pest control business – using mostly unsupervised trainees who have little knowledge of bees pest species or bees control pesticides
2.Be careful of very cheap prices for bees control – check which pesticides are to be used – do they propose to use the far cheaper, less effective, solvent based pesticides which can be acutely harmful in premises where occupants may suffer from asthmatic or other bronchial ailments.
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