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Category:Animals
Subcategory:Insects
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Keywords:Animals, Aspley, Australia, Brisbane, Brown Paper Wasp, D7000, Insects, Nature, Nikon, Queensland, Spohr Photography, Spring, Wasp, Wildlife
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Stick-nest Brown Paper Wasp - Ropalidia revolutionalis

Stick-nest Brown Paper Wasp - Ropalidia revolutionalis

Ropalidia revolutionalis, the small brown paper wasp, is a diurnal social wasp of the family Vespidae. They are known for the distinctive combs they make for their nests, and they are mostly found in Queensland, Australia in the areas of Brisbane and Townsville. They are an independent founding wasp species, and they build new nests each spring. They can be helpful because they control insect pests in gardens. However, if threatened, they will sting humans and cause large amounts of pain.

(Source: Wikipedia)