what kind of wasps?
OK, not exactly a disaster, but a pest of some sort. We get wasp nests here in central Texas. They hang under eves, getting up to the size of a softball, covered with little holes which enter into tubes. The buggers *look* like mud daubers, about an inch long, with a very narrow waist. Completely black. But when you knock a nest down in the evening, a horde of them come out, and fly straight toward the nearest light.
Now I always thought that mud daubers weren't social. These sure are! About a hundred came out of the nest I knocked down this evening. The nests sort of look like ones of paper wasps, and those guys are social, but I couldn't find any pictures of all-black paper wasps.
Any ideas about what they might be?