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  1. #1
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    Default Bees target foreclosed homes in Arizona


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    Default Re: Bees target foreclosed homes in Arizona

    According to the "bee exterminator" colonies like that "are the most dangerous kinds of colonies because they have a chance to grow large". Huh?

    Then, he says "colony gets bigger and bigger and more aggressive...". I've never noticed level of aggression being linked to colony size. but what do I know? He's a professional "bee exterminator", I guess.

    -james

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    Default Re: Bees target foreclosed homes in Arizona

    "According to the "bee exterminator" colonies like that "are the most dangerous kinds of colonies because they have a chance to grow large". Huh?"

    It was on FOX - it must be fact!

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    Default Re: Bees target foreclosed homes in Arizona

    As one who lives in Arizona and grew up in Phoenix I find that to be more imposible in that empty homes don't have the air conditioning running and can reach stifiling temperatures inside. I did a cutout in scottsdale where the hives would melt in the attic at the peak of summer only to attract a new hive in the spring. The Drywall was saturated with wax.

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