Wasp Stings Wasp Stings
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WASP STINGS Stinging insect of the order Hymenoptera. There is local irritation at the site of the sting. Animals may be seriously affected if they eat fruit that is infested with wasps at the time. Wasp stings contain histamine, serotonin and ‘wasp kinin’ plus hyaluronidase and phospholipase. Unlike bees, wasps may sting several times