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The Heath Potter Wasp

The nest of the Heath Potter Wasp.

Made of clay/earth the female stings prey, like caterpillars or spiders to paralyse them(not kill, so they stay fresh) and then fill the nest with these poor unfortunate creatures. She will then lay an egg and when her offspring hatches it will feast on the said prey. Please note: We don’t kill these. For all your wasp and nornet problems contact The Wasp Guys on 07761232470

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