REMOVING CARPENTER BEES SAFELY
Carpenter bees are excellent pollinators and seem to be thriving in Urban settings however, they can be very destructive. The pictures and videos on this page are not meant to scare people as to the destructive nature of carpenter bees but to show how they have evolved over millions of years.
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Here are a few pictures which depict how destructive these bees can be
Carpenter bees chewed out the ceiling joist of a gazebo. Luckily it was caught in time and plugged up. The Carpenter bee only chewed into the wood about 4 inches. PLEASE CALL HONEYHONEY IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH CARPENTER BEES WE ARE YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS IN REMOVING THEM SAFELY
Carpenter bee in his newly constructed home….
Carpenter bees channelled out facia boards. They also lay down pollen paddies, then lay the egg (which becomes larvae) and then seal the chamber with wood fibres they have created from chewing the facia board.
Notice the pollen paddies, the larvae and the so ever clever seals the bees put in place. So it is pollen, eggs and seals, pollen eggs and seal-this is their pattern to create new borns for propagating their species.
Carpenter have extremely tough/strong mandibles that can virtually chew through the hardest materials. Aside from metal the wood needs to be removed. Even spraying them do not work because the new born/s will emerge at a later date when chemicals are neutralized.