Bees and wasps are not the same. They are both “social” insects meaning that they live in colonies ruled by queens and maintained by workers, however, they look and behave differently. “Wasps appear smoothed-skinned and shiny. Some are slender with long legs (paper wasps).Others are more stout and are either black and yellow or black and white (yellowjackets and baldfaced hornets). Bees are fuzzy and more robust in appearance, particularly bumble bees. Honey bees are golden brown and black while bumble bees are black and yellow.” Wasps are predators that feed on smaller insects at times while bees simply feed on nectar and pollen from flowers.
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