Wasps belong to the order of Hymenoptera, as well as bees, and ants. They have a solid outer skeleton, and the body is divided into three sections: the head, chest and abdomen. The wasps have transparent wings and two complex eyes.
Sockets of wasps can be simple and complex. Some nests are just a hole in the ground, other nests are constructed in an interesting way from mud and twigs and have a large number of cells and courses.
In each nest there is, at least, a wasp-queen, as well as working wasps and males, this social fact is already known by other insects.
Not all wasps build nests. Some wasps, such as shiny wasps, lay their eggs in the nests of bees or other wasps.
Other types of wasps, instead of building nests, lay eggs in stalks, leaves, fruits and flowers of plants.
Adult wasps feed on nectar, as well as fruit and plant juice, and larvae feed on insects.
Many types of wasps are parasitic by nature, which means that they live as part of their lives as parasites inside other insects. Larvae of such wasps feed on other insects and sometimes eat plant tissue.
An interesting fact, wasps help control the number of agricultural pests, such as caterpillars.
When they are worried, female wasps can sting.
Wasps have large black complex eyes that clearly recognize movements and can distinguish certain colors. The wasps also have sharp cutting jaws with jagged edges.