giant hornet

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Noun1.giant hornet - European hornet introduced into the United Statesgiant hornet - European hornet introduced into the United States
hornet - large stinging paper wasp
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Simon Laxon Giant hornet found by mum and daughter in Tile Hill I had one of these recently on my bird bath, kept looking at it thinking was a weird bee, it was massive.
They will, in part, address Spotted Lanternfly, but also diseases affecting honeybees and other threats such as boxwood blight, thousand cankers disease and the walnut twig beetle that carries it, and the Asian giant hornet.
The invading insect - thought to be an Asian giant hornet - began dive bombing 74-year-old Peter Wilkinson while he was repairing the roof of his shed.
A rare spate of giant hornet attacks across northwest China has left 42 people dead and more than 1,600 injured, state officials have said.
For instance, sympatric Japanese honeybees have evolved a unique ability to kill their natural enemy, the Japanese giant hornet, with thermal energy.
On closer inspection, Jake was shocked to find it was actually a giant hornet around two inches in length.
3 GIANT HORNET HONEYA combination of natural athleticism and strength of character are key requirements for anyone hoping to become either governor of Texas or a successful field sales operative.
8 km (49 mi), but to a Japanese sports drink--made with the stomach secretions of giant hornet larvae, maggot-like insect babies also called "grubs.
When, after his death aged seventy in 1936, the time came for the writing of Kipling's 'official life', not so much a fly as a giant hornet in the biographical ointment was his formidable and fussily post-mortem protective daughter, Mrs.
After his much publicised tangles this season with a pair of newly-wedded Terriers, a giant Hornet and those three little pigs at Bristol, the mischievous Wolverhampton Wanderers mascot, who is never far from hot water, was on his best behaviour at Barnsley.
The Asian giant hornet has already terrorised the south of France, where it has become a common sight in recent years.