Some insects belonging to this group (Hymenoptera), which include ants, are commonly referred to as stinging insects. Stinging insects are among the most economically important insects due to their pollinating habits. If not for this order of insects, a large portion of the world’s food supply would cease to exist as well as many plants, including flowers. A relatively few species cause problems to man with their stinging habits. The most common pests to man are: Bumblebees, Paper Wasps, Yellow Jackets, Hornets, and occasionally honeybees.