As a fledgeling beekeeper, i've had it in my mind that i should "try" to get stung once or twice a month during hive inspections in order to develop a tolerance. Today, i was using a push mower in the field, and must have disturbed a ground nest. As i tried to collect the cut grass with my hands, i noticed about a dozen black "bees" (wasps?) swirling over the ground in an agitated state. One got me on the finger. Since this sting is not from one of our honeybees, is it unlikely to produce the necessary antibodies (if i'm stating that correctly) that lessen the effects of honeybee stings?