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By Dr GreenThumb
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well, he's done for! I love potters wasps also :lol: they help me greatly in my veg garden catching those pesky caterpillars!
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By MikeB
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At my house, these wasps are usually smart enough to stay out of my flytraps. They do flock in for a drink when I water my plants. We have a mutual understanding: you don't mess with me, and I won't mess with you. So far, it's worked out great.
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By ApgarTraps
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Joined:  Mon May 28, 2018 2:22 pm
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They are pretty docile creatures, and I don't mind having them around. But that lucky trap!... I wonder if it tastes like caviar to them!? :lol: :lol: :lol:
By Big-Jack
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Joined:  Sun Jun 12, 2016 7:46 pm
#362300
I love when they make sure they are tucked in nice and secure with no legs or wings sticking out so the trap can do its thing.
By Apollyon
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I noticed my SD Kronos took out 2 wasps recently. They don't bother me like they used to. I see them going after the flowers and I'm like "You go little dude." They're pretty rampant where I'm at.
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