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There is a green tataiya which roams in my balcony. I cant find any nest nearby even after detailed searching. So I dont know why it is roaming.

Any way to remove it permanently? If I try to kill it and i am unsuccessful, then it will kill me ! So I dont want to kill it by swatter.

Can I use bagon insect killer spray?

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Many pest control adds come in newspaper every day… Call any one they’ll do the job and you will get rid of them for LONG, budhe… smile

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vijkap201 wrote:

Many pest control adds come in newspaper every day… Call any one they’ll do the job and you will get rid of them for LONG, budhe… smile

Will they come for one Bhirad?

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Simbha3 wrote:

Will they come for one Bhirad?

Tumhare liye to aa hi jayenge… wink toungueout

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Nowadays it’s the breeding season, so Tattaiyas are busy making nests. For making nest, they hold onto small dust (not mud) particles. Then they fly to a wet but fresh watery place near their chosen area and soak this dirt just a little and use it as mortar for their nests. So clean your balcony for any dust. Use a clean dry cloth and wipe all the walls and railing and remove the dust as well as water if any. If there is mud in flower pots then Black Ghongu comes to collect. That one looks like slim tattaiya and much faster. What I have mostly dealt with are orange/yellow Tattaiyas in our badminton court. When we were kids, we use to kill all, one by one, by smashing them with racquets and this would split them in half and then there would be thousands of red ants rushing to collect those dead bodies. Now we ignore all this हिंसा. So I’ll suggest just clean the balcony walls to remove settled dust onto the walls. This should do the trick.

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saucap wrote:

Nowadays it’s the breeding season, so Tattaiyas are busy making nests. For making nest, they hold onto small dust (not mud) particles. Then they fly to a wet but fresh watery place near their chosen area and soak this dirt just a little and use it as mortar for their nests. So clean your balcony for any dust. Use a clean dry cloth and wipe all the walls and railing and remove the dust as well as water if any. If there is mud in flower pots then Black Ghongu comes to collect. That one looks like slim tattaiya and much faster. What I have mostly dealt with are orange/yellow Tattaiyas in our badminton court. When we were kids, we use to kill all, one by one, by smashing them with racquets and this would split them in half and then there would be thousands of red ants rushing to collect those dead bodies. Now we ignore all this हिंसा. So I’ll suggest just clean the balcony walls to remove settled dust onto the walls. This should do the trick.

Informative !

If I am sitting outside minding my own business, can it still come to me and sting me for no reason like mosquitoes?

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Informative !

If I am sitting outside minding my own business, can it still come to me and sting me for no reason like mosquitoes?

Lockdown ke samay bahar kya kar raha hai, budhe… evil toungueout

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saucap wrote:

Nowadays it’s the breeding season, so Tattaiyas are busy making nests. For making nest, they hold onto small dust (not mud) particles. Then they fly to a wet but fresh watery place near their chosen area and soak this dirt just a little and use it as mortar for their nests. So clean your balcony for any dust. Use a clean dry cloth and wipe all the walls and railing and remove the dust as well as water if any. If there is mud in flower pots then Black Ghongu comes to collect. That one looks like slim tattaiya and much faster. What I have mostly dealt with are orange/yellow Tattaiyas in our badminton court. When we were kids, we use to kill all, one by one, by smashing them with racquets and this would split them in half and then there would be thousands of red ants rushing to collect those dead bodies. Now we ignore all this हिंसा. So I’ll suggest just clean the balcony walls to remove settled dust onto the walls. This should do the trick.

Ek gaana to banta hai…
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vijkap201 wrote:

Lockdown ke samay bahar kya kar raha hai, budhe… evil toungueout

Babaji ki कुटिया me sanitation ki suvidha nhi hai, nikalna padta hai bahar

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Parle-G wrote:

Babaji ki कुटिया me sanitation ki suvidha nhi hai, nikalna padta hai bahar

Minding his own business… wink toungueout

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Informative !

If I am sitting outside minding my own business, can it still come to me and sting me for no reason like mosquitoes?

No, they won’t sting you unless you kill any of those. Citing the example of “बताशा” sellers, if you know what बताशा is. I have witnessed this every time I went to buy बताशा (abc)
Sellers will simply put their hand to takeout a handful of बताशा from बताशा punnet without bothering the crawling tattaiyaa all over. He simply ignores. What I appreciate & thank these Tattaiyyas is for their short term memory. These are not revenge seeking creatures. You kill some of these and hide for an hour from the rest. They will forget about their loss & you too and get back busy in their own work.

(abc → we use it as daily offering to God idols during prayers and remove it next day and feed that to stray Cows)

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vijkap201 wrote:

Ek gaana to banta hai…
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Lol … 😂😂
What a song!

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saucap wrote:

Nowadays it’s the breeding season, so Tattaiyas are busy making nests. For making nest, they hold onto small dust (not mud) particles. Then they fly to a wet but fresh watery place near their chosen area and soak this dirt just a little and use it as mortar for their nests. So clean your balcony for any dust. Use a clean dry cloth and wipe all the walls and railing and remove the dust as well as water if any. If there is mud in flower pots then Black Ghongu comes to collect. That one looks like slim tattaiya and much faster. What I have mostly dealt with are orange/yellow Tattaiyas in our badminton court. When we were kids, we use to kill all, one by one, by smashing them with racquets and this would split them in half and then there would be thousands of red ants rushing to collect those dead bodies. Now we ignore all this हिंसा. So I’ll suggest just clean the balcony walls to remove settled dust onto the walls. This should do the trick.

Are these wasps so deadly ? flushed
I had been bitten twice – thrice in my childhood, but am still alive confused

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Informative !

If I am sitting outside minding my own business, can it still come to me and sting me for no reason like mosquitoes?

No, it won’t ever. Bees and wasps never bite without reason.
Mosquitos live on blood that’s why they bite.

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Don’t take it too lite.
One of my neighbor died when ~15 black bees ( i don’t know what’s their actual name) stung her.

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androgame wrote:

Are these wasps so deadly ? flushed
I had been bitten twice – thrice in my childhood, but am still alive confused

Not this ततैया variety but another from bee family known as मुहार small bee. It is very patient one. Aims only for ear, eye, nose.. Attaches itself to our clothes and keeps crawling upwards until it reaches our head. Kill that immediately if you spot one. Usually you will find it on trees along green fields or river/canals

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ZNZ wrote:

Don’t take it too lite.
One of my neighbor died when ~15 black bees ( i don’t know what’s their actual name) stung her.

Some people have allergies to the specific chemical found in stings of some insects which may prove deadly if amount injected is in large quantity like this case.

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saucap wrote:

Not this ततैया variety but another from bee family known as मुहार small bee. It is very patient one. Aims only for ear, eye, nose.. Attaches itself to our clothes and keeps crawling upwards until it reaches our head. Kill that immediately if you spot one. Usually you will find it on trees along green fields or river/canals

Can you share its pic?

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guest_999 wrote:

Some people have allergies to the specific chemical found in stings of some insects which may prove deadly if amount injected is in large quantity like this case.

she died of heart attack cause the pain was unbearable.
We call those insects Vimrul in our language , don’t know the english term. pensive

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they want kill you
break there nest by long rode
use broom to kill them
to be on safe side wear full cloths ( including soaks cover your full face wear gogles while attacking them)
beware if they cut at any part of your body that part will have great pain in such condition try to remove that black thrown which they usually insert in human body while biting
i have personal experience of that they bite on my both hand some 12 year ago ( and my bad luck was on that day i have to drive a scooter 200 km ) it was huge pain
when i reached village the grand old uncles just press hard that bite and remove he thrown and put lemon pickle there and tide the bandges and all pain went in few minutes

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i used kala wala Hit on a small nest once it sorta worked wink

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rohan8397 wrote:

Can you share its pic?

Looks like मधुमक्खी only

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waterloo wrote:

i used kala wala Hit on a small nest once it sorta worked wink

What do you mean “sorta” ?

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saucap wrote:

Nowadays it’s the breeding season, so Tattaiyas are busy making nests. For making nest, they hold onto small dust (not mud) particles. Then they fly to a wet but fresh watery place near their chosen area and soak this dirt just a little and use it as mortar for their nests. So clean your balcony for any dust. Use a clean dry cloth and wipe all the walls and railing and remove the dust as well as water if any. If there is mud in flower pots then Black Ghongu comes to collect. That one looks like slim tattaiya and much faster. What I have mostly dealt with are orange/yellow Tattaiyas in our badminton court. When we were kids, we use to kill all, one by one, by smashing them with racquets and this would split them in half and then there would be thousands of red ants rushing to collect those dead bodies. Now we ignore all this हिंसा. So I’ll suggest just clean the balcony walls to remove settled dust onto the walls. This should do the trick.

What role in the ecosystem do these green bharad / tataiya play? Do they help mostly in pollination? Something else?

I sprayed kala hit on 1 today, i felt very bad while it was dying. If I kill all of them nearby, what will happen? Flowers will stop sprouting?

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

What role in the ecosystem do these green bharad / tataiya play? Do they help mostly in pollination? Something else?

I sprayed kala hit on 1 today, i felt very bad while it was dying. If I kill all of them nearby, what will happen? Flowers will stop sprouting?

No idea about their role. And no, no flowers will not stop sprouting if you kill all of these. As much as I remember reading book of flowers, flowering plants also keep altering their scent to attract different insects for pollenization. So don’t feel sad. They will adapt. So far I have not seen Tattaiya sitting on flower, although the one I am spotting everyday is busy making her home in an artificial flower pot that we have hung up high in verandah.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/614758/medium/6635284IMG-20200429-083736.jpg?1588129950

There are many butterflies that will sit only on a particular flower, so if you maintaining a garden, ask you gardener which flower variety will attract which butterfly species.

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