Bee Extermination

We specialize in a single Insecticide application.

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Project Description

HONEY BEE and BUMBLE BEE EXTERMINATION AT

It’s Best!

Since Bees are a beneficial insect, we recommend that you contact a local bee kepper in your area. They may want to take the hive away without destoying it. In case, it is not possible or feasible for you, we do provide extermination service for Bee hives that presenting a danger to humans.

Bees are flying insects, closely related to wasps and ants. There are almost 20,000 known species of bee. And they are found on every continent except Antarctica.

The most well-known bee is the Western honey bee.

Bees are adapted for feeding on nectar and pollen, the former primarily as an energy source, and the latter primarily for protein and other nutrients. Most pollen is used as food for larvae.

Pollination

Bees play an important role in pollinating flowering plants, and are the major type of pollinators in the ecosystem. Bees may focus on gathering nectar or on gathering pollen, depending on their greater need at the time, especially in social species. Bees gathering nectar may accomplish pollination, but bees that are deliberately gathering pollen are more efficient pollinators.

Most bees are fuzzy and carry an electrostatic charge, thus aiding in the adherence of pollen. Female bees periodically stop foraging and groom themselves to pack the pollen into the scopa, which is on the legs in most bees, and on the ventral abdomen on others, and modified into specialized pollen baskets on the legs of honey bees and their relatives.

Evolution

Bees, like ants, are essentially a highly specialized form of wasp. The ancestors of bees were wasps. The switch from insect prey to pollen may have resulted from the consumption of prey insects that were flower visitors and were partially covered with pollen when they were fed to the wasp larvae.

A Swarm of Honey Bee

at the Steps of a Brampton Home.

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Bee Swarm

A Honey Bee in the Wild.

A Bee in the Wild