Wasps are species of insects in the order Hymenoptera. Wasps do not belong to a single family, rather groups of similar wasps belong to a family. Wasps are among the most diverse of all insects, let alone the Hymenoptera.
Although there are only in the lower tens of thousands of Wasps, they range from large Hornets to the world' smallest insect discovered. Size is not only where they are different. Wasps differ in behavior, social tendencies, venom, coloration and patterns, diet, shelter, and reproduction.
When most people think of Wasps, they think of pollination, soda, and nests. However, the majority of Wasps are actually parasitic. However, wasps can have multiple habits in gaining nutrients, usually involving taking care of the larvae.