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Beekeeping: Identify this?

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Sherrie In, NH
(Zone 5a)

May 3, 2010
9:06 AM

Post #7760065

Is this a bee or a wasp?

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Forestville, NY

May 3, 2010
2:10 PM

Post #7760918

It looks like a Hornet.
Richmond, KY
(Zone 6b)

May 17, 2010
12:23 PM

Post #7801180

That is a wasp. To me it looks like it's building a nest.
Willcox, AZ
(Zone 8a)

May 24, 2010
8:35 AM

Post #7822592

Seeing that you live in NH, I believe it would be an Eastern Yellow Jacket (Vespula maculifrons). If you go to: you can find out a lot of info with pics on the inhabitants of our earth. Hope this helps.

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