Africanized Honeybee Control order in Lake Jackson
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Africanized Honeybee Control order in Lake Jackson
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Like the fire ant, it appears that the Africanized honeybee has moved into Brazoria County and is here to stay, at least for the time being. Knowing the facts about the behavior and habits of the Africanized bee should help calm the fears of area residents. The more feisty kin of the common European honeybee, Africanized honeybees were imported to Brazil in 1956 to enhance honey production in the tropics. Some of the bees escaped into the wild and steadily migrated north, reaching Texas in 1991. The first confirmed hive in Brazoria County was found in Angleton in 2001. Over time, the Africanized bees intermingle with the European bees creating hybridized hives. It is impossible for the average person to tell the difference between the Africanized honeybee and the common European honeybee. It takes an expert with sophisticated lab equipment to distinguish between the two. And behavior alone will not tell you if a hive is Africanized or European. European honeybees can also attack very aggressively if sufficiently riled. Often called "killer bees," the stings of the Africanized bee are actually less potent and less painful than the common bee sting. The so-called killers do not travel in ever growing swarms, combing the countryside in search of prey like a school of terrestrial piranha. However, especially in the vicinity of their nest, Africanized bees respond more quickly to noise, movement and other disturbances than European bees. They will chase their enemies farther and attack in greater numbers than their European counterparts, and unlucky victims often suffer hundreds of stings. There have been about 10 deaths in the U.S. since the bees were first spotted here. Nearly all of the victims were elderly.
If You Are Attacked Run as quickly and as far from the hive as you can. Do not flail or swing your arms as this may further provoke attack. Protect your head and eyes. Bees target these areas first. DO NOT jump in a pond or swimming pool. The bees will wait for you. Get to the closest house or car as quickly as possible. Don't worry if a few bees become trapped with you. Even if you are stung by few bees, hundreds of others will be left outside. When to Call For Help
Call 9-1-1 only when emergency medical services are needed. Call if someone has been stung by many bees at once or has an allergic reaction to a bee sting. Call if someone has become trapped in a building or car with lots of bees.
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