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If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. They are bigger than the average wasp and kind of bright orange/red.Got stung by one today and now my arm is swelled up and hurts like heck.

Had a little red bump and some itching but nothing bad.

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1)Japanese Hornet 2)Hornet 3)Red Wasp 4)Black Wasp 5)Yellow Jacket (usually multiples) 6)Honey Bee 7)Sand Fly 8)Horse Fly 9) Skeeter Robert Bruz, I don't think there are any Japanese hornets (Vespa mandarina) in the U. crabro)...a big brown/yellow hornet that is pretty common, especially in North Georgia. They will follow you until you either kill them or outrun them. So they're not really in the sting category, but they are in the "flying insect that will hurt you" category. All others must die Red wasps built a nest in my boat trailer tongue as I found out when hooking up the other day.