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  • noun Plural form of dauber.

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Examples

  • A: You have an infestation of mud daubers, also known as dirt daubers, mud wasps and several other names.

    Try inexpensive ways first to stop water from getting into basement

  • He stared at the front of the house, the scaling paint on its stone columns, the dormers upstairs that seemed piled with junk, the nests of mud daubers and yellow jackets under the eaves, the loops of cobweb on the fans that hung over the upstairs veranda.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • A: You have an infestation of mud daubers, also known as dirt daubers, mud wasps and several other names.

    Try inexpensive ways first to stop water from getting into basement

  • He stared at the front of the house, the scaling paint on its stone columns, the dormers upstairs that seemed piled with junk, the nests of mud daubers and yellow jackets under the eaves, the loops of cobweb on the fans that hung over the upstairs veranda.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • He stared at the front of the house, the scaling paint on its stone columns, the dormers upstairs that seemed piled with junk, the nests of mud daubers and yellow jackets under the eaves, the loops of cobweb on the fans that hung over the upstairs veranda.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Q: Dirt daubers are making unsightly marks in our carport.

    Try inexpensive ways first to stop water from getting into basement

  • Q: Dirt daubers are making unsightly marks in our carport.

    Try inexpensive ways first to stop water from getting into basement

  • He stared at the front of the house, the scaling paint on its stone columns, the dormers upstairs that seemed piled with junk, the nests of mud daubers and yellow jackets under the eaves, the loops of cobweb on the fans that hung over the upstairs veranda.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Lots of bugs there though; summer nights filled with lighting bugs (fireflies), hordes of June bugs (in June, duh), and mud daubers (or dirt daubers): mild-mannered wasps that build adobe houses just about anywhere, like in my father's work boots he left outside.

    On Sight

  • Mud daubers live in the garage (and eat spiders) and paper wasps live in the eaves (and eat caterpillars) - usually by the back door for some reason.

    Repel Flies With A Bag Of Water | Lifehacker Australia

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