Yellow jackets are larger than sweat bees.
Sweat bees are metallic green.
Yellow jackets are black and bright yellow. Eastern yellow jackets are more black. Western and Southern yellow jackets are more yellow.
Raid kills bugs fast.
To pollinate the flower.
A Yellow Jacket and a Bee are two different things. Yellow Jackets are not actually bees at all, although they are often mistaken as such. They are a member of the wasp family and are of the genera Vespula and Dolichovespula. They are more commonly referred to as "wasps" in most English speaking countries. Most of these wasps are of a yellow and black striped colour, but others can be red and black, or even white and black. They can be identified by very distinctive markings and small size. They live in colonies and exhibit rapid side to side flight patterns before landing. All the females are capable of stinging and their stinger is barbless, allowing them sting repeatedly. See the related question for differences between bees and yellow jackets.
They are Carnivores. Since im a beekeeper i see them flying around the beehives picking up the dead honey bees that are laying in front of the hive on the ground! The house bees will carry the dead bees out the front door and the yellow jackets, wasps etc will carry them off! That's just nature at its finiest!
It's a wasp or bee "yellow Jacket" that feeds off of human sweat!
A Yellow Jacket is the size of a small bee like a baby bumble bee.
Yes, there is much more venom in the yellow jacket than ordinary bee. The yellow jacket also has more venom then the wasp.
A bee, or yellow jacket :)
They are both black and yellow.
The similar size and stinger causes the yellow jacket to get confused as a bee. Wasp is the right category to place one in.
The yellow jacket bee symbolizes teamwork, productivity, and order. It could also represent a new project such as building a new home.
It could be a yellow jacket. They have a nasty sting.
The cicada wasp looks exactly like a yellow jacket. The one major feature of the cicada wasp that sets it apart from a yellow jacket is its size. The cicada wasp is as much as 4 times as big as a yellow jacket.
A yellow jacket is a member of the wasp family, so they are definitley not the same. A yellow jacket is much larger, and has a much more painful sting.
First, a yellow jacket is a wasp, not a bee. Wasps have very few -- if any -- predators, although a few may fall victim to spiders.