4 Responses to Part I: Tracking the ‘Murder Hornet’ – a deadly insect pest has reached North America

  1. Larry Turner says:

    The Japanese bees have a method of suddenly gang jumping and covering the wasp. They then vibrate causing heat to build up that subdues the wasp. The bees have evolved to be able to tolerate the extra heat.


  2. Judy Clarke says:

    Because of its location in the USA this is either because they are good flyers, managing thousands of km without a break or they have been taken to the USA, as yet another obstacle. Thing is, who would have brought them here?

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  3. Dennis E. says:

    In regard to the ‘Murder Hornets’ catch a bunch, when/where found, attach a mirco tracking chip and track them to their nest and then destroy it.


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