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    Bee-like creature.

    Found this little one on the roots of a seedling. At 1/32" it's probably not a bee. Anyone familiar? Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks. -ggl Click image for larger version

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    #2
    Hmm looks alot like the ground wasps or bee? We'd get them at salmon fishing camp they'd eat the flesh as we'd fillet the fish, nasty stings too.

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      Wasp....type of
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        #4
        We call 'em yellow jackets, nest in-ground, eat meat and sting like hell. I parked a running lawn mower on top of a nest and let it run outa gas, then piled brush on top and burned it (removed the mower first).

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        • Bluey
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          Sounds like a European Wasp but they go to about an inch long...the queens a bit over. Nasty bastards. Build paper nests like a football, mostly underground.
          Best way I found to get rid of them is with mince chicken laced with a tiny amount of Fipronil but you have to be careful with that stuff, it kills everything.

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