Mud Dauber are generally resembling a long and slender wasp about 1 inch in length, they are variable in appearance depending on which family they belong to (Sphecidae or Crabronidae). Both families build their nest from mud. Most are predators generally prey on small colorful spiders or jumping spiders. They are normally not aggressive but can be when threatened.

Mud Dauber

Mud Dauber are generally resembling a long and slender wasp about 1 inch in length, they are variable in appearance depending on which family they belong to (Sphecidae or Crabronidae). Both families build their nest from mud.

Most are predators generally prey on small colorful spiders or jumping spiders. They are normally not aggressive but can be when threatened.

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