Exotic Pest Reporting
Asian giant hornet
Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia) is an insect pest of honey bees and other large insects. It is a native of Eastern Asia.
At five times the size and 20 times the weight of a honey bee, a single hornet can kill as many as 40 honey bees per minute using its large mandibles. This large hornet is not currently established in the U.S.
07/11/2019 - ANOTHER giant hornet has been spotted in Devon
07/09/2019 - The Never Ending War Between Japanese Giant Hornets
08/21/2018 - Nest of up to 5,000 Asian hornets found in St Aubin
07/23/2018 - Asian Hornet nest found in Longfrie
07/23/2018 - Asian hornets: Farmers urged to check barns
07/23/2018 - Halting the invasion of the Asian hornet
07/19/2018 - Asian hornet hunters destroy five more nests
07/19/2018 - Asian hornet nests found by radio-tracking
07/19/2018 - Unconfirmed report of Asian hornet in Bath area
07/16/2018 - Asian hornets turn ‘double agents’
07/16/2018 - Hive of activity to raise awareness of Bees' Needs
10/25/2017 - No Asian hornets in Ohio