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Vespa mandarinia Smith holds the title for being the world’s largest hornet. Commonly referred to as the Asian giant hornet, Vespa mandarinia’s unrivaled size and distinctive markings make it easily distinguishable from other Asian hornet species. This wasp’s sting can be life-threatening to humans and it can decimate a number of insect colonies, most notably wild and managed honey bees. Vespa mandarinia is native to Japan and can also be found established outside of its native range in several countries in Asia, in both temperate and tropical climates. Within the United States the first known detection of a Vespa mandarinia hornet was in Washington in fall of 2019.

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  • Pat Added I had these get inside my home into a closet last year. Huge long nest. Had to have a removal man tend to it. They were some rare hornets from a foreign country.
  • dave Added Either this isn't Houston or they aren't Killer Hornets and I believe it is the latter...they aren't big enough and so far have only been found in the state of Washington
  • Janet Meyers Added Really strange!
  • Carol Segal Added Not an easy job!!!
  • Melva Added That is amazing! Don't come to Texas.
  • Kathy Added Amazing. I actually thought it was a joke at first.
  • Tom Linton Added One scary job! Reminds me of the time I knocked a nest down from my moms front door.
  • Randy Ferguson Added Holy Cow!!! Where can I get one of those suits?! I live a mere 1,200 miles from Washington. My sister, Sue, lives there with her husband and family. @Sue Underwood, Beware!
  • Jemimah Added This made me sad. Wouldn't it have been best to smoke them to sleep and then just relocate them? After all, they're just trying to make a living, too. This seemed cruel to me.
  • Lance Added In my experience with Wasps, I simply knock the nest down, the wasps will follow the nest. it is easier to deal with the wasps on the ground. Yes, a shop vac works very well
  • Matrixtub9 Added Sad to see someone not realize the bag they have is to small and their method of removal had no common sense so the hornets will be back.
  • Darnell Added That was quite a job. Glad it was him and not me.
  • Craig Added This is fantastic, it's hard to believe a nest could get so big.
  • VLK Added Not the brightest bulb.
  • joe Added Very interesting.
  • JustJudy Added Sorry, but that was stupid. A larger bag for the nest, and instead of swinging a tiny net a shop vac. He left so many alive, they will just start a new colony.