Wasp and Bee nests
Wasps and bees also have a colonial lifestyle comparable to termites. Wasps show transitions in degrees of colonialism. Some hunting wasps are entirely solitary, with a female wasp constructing a nest of mud in which she lays her eggs and stores a provision of parasitized wasps. In other species the female wasps remain by the nest and brings daily food to the larvae. In other wasps the females construct nests next to one another, some of the nests are abandoned and wasps may join other wasps in constructing theirs. Eventually one female wasp assumes dominance and lays eggs in the amalgamated nests with other wasps building more cells to house larvae and collect food.