Social wasp species are aggressive and will conduct a spirited territorial defence of their wasps' nest.

The size of the territory will depend on the species and the size of the colony. Most species will respond to movement over 20 feet away.

If a member of one wasp colony approaches the nest of another colony, that wasp will be aggressively chased away, or attacked and killed. Consequently, wasps instinctively know not to go near a wasp nest that is not their own, for fear of being attacked and killed, and this is how Waspinator repels them.

When they see a Waspinator they think it’s an enemy wasps nest and they fly away to somewhere else where they don’t feel threatened.

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