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These solitary wasps capture prey such as spiders, bugs, other insects which are placed into an individual cell. A mud dauber or dirt dauber does not construct cells or nests from paper as do yellowjackets, hornets and paper wasps, but it's created from mud. During the summer months the Mud Dauber can be seen lighting on the ground at the edge of mud puddles the day after a summer rain. The liquid from the mud puddle is used to build the all too familiar mud cells. These cells are built on the exterior of barns, sheds, homes or other structures. These cells can be plastered individually or in rows by a single female wasp. Seeing several cells does not mean you have a colony of mud daubers, since these wasps are not social insects.