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User avatar #102100 - jefftheturtle
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(11/06/2013) [-]
So I was cleaning out my dryer vents the other day, which had me going up to the roof, and then I found a small wasp nest at the bottom of a crease of the roof. I have red roof tiles on my roof and wanted to know if its possible that the nest might go under the tiles as well or if the the only part I should worry about is the part that is visible. Cuz if they don't tend to nest under shingles then I'm just gonna go alpha and take that shit out myself, but if it goes deeper, then I'd rather just get professional help. Also I should mention the the nest is on the only completely horizontal part of the roof, everywhere else is slanted
#102374 to #102100 - harbingerwolf
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(11/08/2013) [-]
If you're positive they arent bee's and they are in fact wasps then im pretty sure the nest should be entirely visible.

Here's and example of one i photographed in greece, they are usually a cluster of cells attached to a surface by a single stem.

User avatar #102714 to #102374 - jefftheturtle
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(11/12/2013) [-]
hmmmm do they hang or can they just lay on top of a surface cuz this nest is not hanging to any degree. But they are definitely a cluster of cells I can tell you that much.