- Dec 25, 2000
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I don't think they even hang around after they build their mud nests and deposit their eggs in 'em. So I googled "life cycle of a mud dauber" and came up with this ...it's a UK site (they don't have many, if any) but it's a very interesting read that will tell you more about dirt/mud daubers than you wanted to know in reasonably few words: https://animalcorner.co.uk/animals/mud-dauber-wasp/TRUE - ish
Mud Daubers are a class of wasps that are solitary and do not defend their nest (don't sting) where as paper wasps are nasty little buggers.