The WHY Wasp, Hornet, Yellow Jacket 2-week triple attractant kit from RESCUE! Works in the WHY Trap to catch 18 species of stinging pest insects - four species of paper wasps, bald-faced hornets and European hornets, and 12 species of yellow jackets. Environmentally responsible, lures queens and workers, spring to fall. No additional food bait required, contains no killing agents -- insects die naturally. Will not lure beneficial honeybees. Shelf life: Does not expire. Made in USA. Manufacturer: Sterling International
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The Rescue WHY (Wasp, Hornet, Yellow Jacket) non-toxic reusable trap uses no pesticides! Catches 18 species of stinging pest insects in one trap! Environmentally responsible, no killing agents – insects die naturally, requires no additional food bait.
In Spring, catches queens before they build nests; catches workers from summer through fall. Will not harm beneficial insects. Double-chambered, triple attractant design prevents wasps, hornets and yellow jackets from escaping. Upper chamber is filled with liquid and the insect drowns. Lower chamber is designed to prevent escape and insect dehydrates. Best to place trap at least 20 feet from the nest and away from your activity site. Durable construction holds up for multiple seasons. Comes with 2-week attractant supply. Shelf life: Does not expire. Use with Rescue Universal Rod Trap Stand. Made in USA. Manufacturer: Sterling International
This trap catches: 4 species of paper wasps: Paper Wasp (Polistes fuscatus), European Paper Wasp (Polistes dominulus), Red Wasp (Polistes annularis), Golden Paper Wasp (Polistes aurifer); 2 types of hornets:Bald-faced Hornet (Dolichovespula maculata), European Hornet (Vespa crabro); 12 species of yellow jackets: Aerial Yellow Jacket (Dolichovespula arenaria), Black Jacket (Vespula consobrina), California Yellow Jacket (Vespula sulphurea), Common Yellow Jacket (Vespula vulgaris), Eastern Yellow Jacket (Vespula maculifrons), Forest Yellow Jacket (Vespula acadica), German Yellow Jacket (Vespula germanica), Northeastern Yellow Jacket (Vespula vidua), Prairie Yellow Jacket (Vespula atropilosa), Southern Yellow Jacket (Vespula squamosa), Transition Yellow Jacket (Vespula flavopilosa), Western Yellow Jacket (Vespula pensylvanica).