It’s wasp season once again, and the little beasts once again find their way into my home, searching for food, or so I’m told. Funny thing, though; they like to crawl on one place they are guaranteed to find nothing edible - namely fluorescent lights.
So what’s going on? Are the miniature monsters just attracted to light, but repelled by the heat of incandescents? Or does something about light from the fluorescent tubes mess with their tiny little brains and draw them in?