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>"However it has been shown that even without hairs, several wasp species are able to effectively transport pollen, therefore contributing for potential pollination of several plant species."
>fuck wasps

Their benefits far outweigh your grief with them.
They play a large part as a control predator for a large variety of other pests (including more aggressive solitary wasps), protecting crops, limiting our need for pesticides, their life cycles are tied with certain plants whose fruits sustain thousands of other species, like birds, to the degree where the extinction of wasps would be the extinction of the plant, yadda yadda. They are not as effective at pollination as bees are, but that's not the only thing that matters.

>youre confusing the exeption with the rule
On what planet? 
Are we gonna play another game of "cherrypicked cases of migrants"?

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