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    I'm not sure about the finer details of the gun powder method.

    I like Henry's descriptions of the "Australianicon Wasp", post 34. Do you happen to work for the Australian Tourist Board, Henry?

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    Our Red Bullant the one Henryr talks about in #34 is Guinness World Records listed Myrmecia pyriformis as the world's most dangerous ant the latest death possibly attributed to this ant was in Bunbury W.A in 2011
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    And a steel rod punched in the ground at a 45 degree angle to give it some air. That will shoot a flame up 4-5 feet, and roast them good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Womack View Post
    In my "yoot" we took care of yellow jackets (ground wasps) by pouring gasoline (later kerosene) down the hole and throwing in a match.

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    ive used my welding rig. open it up in their under ground hole unlit not too much, then put about 2 foot under water fuse in the hole. lite fuse and then move back,wasp gone


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