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Anatomy and lifecycle of a wasp
Vespula Vulgaris | Vespula Germanica
After the eggs have pupated into wasps they take over the expanding the nest by building, caring for the larvae and foraging. Leaving the queen to lay eggs, up to 100 per day.
The nest will quickly grow as the workers gather wood scraped from timber.
The nest size peaks in late summer early autumn when the queen will lay her last eggs, up to 1500 queen eggs and drone eggs. (unfertilized eggs that will grow into males).
These eggs when hatched contain the future queens and males. They will exit the nest and travel to mating areas where they will mate with wasps from different nests. The males having performed their duties will then die off and the mated queen wasps will find somewhere to hibernate overwinter.