Yellow and black mud dauber constructing a nest cell.
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Dabber glass pieces are Handblown by artisans, here in the United States.
Some related species that burrow into the ground catch large insects such as katydids and cicadas.
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The venom acts as a preservative keeping the prey in proper condition to allow the larvae to develop.
We have expanded our stoner army and are always looking for more to add to the team! They are not to be used to attempt to contact insects in flight, but the package information refers to the very quick effect of these chemicals on the insect nervous system.