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Mud Daubers

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Mud Daubers build small, tube-like nests of mud under eaves, in attics and under the roofs of storage buildings. Adult mud daubers are 3/4 to 1 inch long and vary from dull black with bright yellow markings to blackish or blue-black. They have longer, more slender waist than most other wasp. As they develop in the mud tubes, young larvae are generally fed spiders, including the poisonous brown recluse.

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